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Square Enix warns coronavirus will “significantly impact” Final Fantasy 14’s development schedule

The chief developer of Final Fantasy 14 has warned the coronavirus outbreak has put a dent in the game’s development schedule.

Producer and director Naoki Yoshida issued a statement online, confirming the MMO’s next big patch could be delayed by a month.

Yoshida said Final Fantasy 14 relies heavily on its development and quality assurance partners across the world, “and at this point, we must accept that the situation will significantly impact our development schedule”.

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