Fantasian, the latest game from developer Mistwalker, has been a critical and commercial success on Apple Arcade. The game was praised for its unique art style, engaging story, and deep turn-based combat. Now, the developers have announced that they are working on a PC port of Fantasian and have shared their thoughts on the project.
In a recent interview with Spanish gaming outlet Vandal, Mistwalker’s CEO and lead designer Hironobu Sakaguchi shared his thoughts on the PC port of Fantasian. According to Sakaguchi, the development team has been hard at work on the port and they are aiming to make it as close to the original Apple Arcade version as possible. He also noted that the PC version will feature some additional content, such as additional dungeons and sidequests.
When asked about the possibility of a sequel to Fantasian, Sakaguchi said that the team has some ideas for a follow-up, but nothing concrete. He stated that the team is currently focused on the PC port, but that they may consider a sequel once the port is finished.
Sakaguchi also discussed the team’s approach to development. He noted that the team is very conscious of the player’s experience and that they strive to make sure that the game is as enjoyable as possible. He also said that the team is constantly looking for ways to improve the game and make it even better.
When asked about the game’s success in Spain, Sakaguchi said that the team has been pleasantly surprised with the response from Spanish players. He noted that the game has been very well-received in Spain and that the team is looking forward to seeing how the game does in other countries.
Overall, Sakaguchi expressed his excitement for the PC port of Fantasian and the potential for a sequel. He noted that the team is working hard to make sure that the port is as close to the original as possible and that they are constantly looking for ways to improve the game. He also expressed his appreciation for the response from Spanish players and said that the team is looking forward to seeing how the game does in other countries.