If FFXV were to end up on the Nintendo Switch then there would definitely need to be some compromises.
Revealed at Gamescom by Square Enix, the Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition "retells the story" of the original game over ten downloadable episodes, with all episodes launching simultaneously and, as a bonus, the first episode will be free of charge. It features simpler controls and a chibi aesthetic, but it seems that, at least in terms of story, it will encompass the entire game. The development team still hasn't managed to get its full modding policy finished, and we still don't know whether mod support will come after the release of the game, however this is something that Tabata really wants to do.
You asked the question, what other things do we have planned in the future? On a Twitch livestream during gamescom, Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata hinted that there may be a console release for a platform that "sounds a little" like Twitch. I guess we'll have to wait and see.
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Well, it's not like there's a question that he's referred to the Nintendo Switch here, but we're actually wondering if this will be the Pocket Edition or the full version of Final Fantasy XV.
The announcement is particularly surprising given there is already a Final Fantasy XV title on mobile, titled Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire.
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition will be released iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices later this year.