April 19, 2024

Screenshot: Sq. Enix / Kotaku

Closing Fantasy VII Rebirth has quite a lot of mini-games—some may argue it has too many—however one factor we are able to all agree on is that Queen’s Blood, the in-universe card sport Cloud performs with numerous NPCs, is without doubt one of the highlights. Actually, the sport has grow to be such a success that Sq. Enix is open to including extra playing cards to shake issues up in a future replace.

In an interview with Crimson Bull, Rebirth director Naoki Hamaguchi was requested about the potential of increasing Queen’s Blood by way of DLC. Whereas concrete plans could not have been in place on the time of the interview, it seems like some growth is on the desk.

“We haven’t determined something by way of future improvement for Queen’s Blood, however thus far, the media who performed it have supplied very optimistic suggestions on it, so we need to think about additional expansions as a risk,” Hamaguchi mentioned.

Since Closing Fantasy VII Rebirth is such a mini-game-heavy RPG, quite a lot of these bite-sized detours get misplaced within the noise. Queen’s Blood, nevertheless, has obtained quite a lot of reward for its territory-based spin on the cardboard sport style. Some people, together with Kotaku’s personal Willa Rowe, have mentioned it’s on par with a few of the sequence’ most-beloved mini-games, like Closing Fantasy VIII’s Triple Triad card sport.

In an interview with Kotaku, Hamaguchi mentioned the crew regarded to different card video games like Marvel Snap for inspiration when creating Queen’s Blood, but in addition surprisingly cited Splatoon’s deal with territory battles as a key affect. When the crew was initially creating the sport, it 3D-printed a bodily model to check it. Sq. can add new playing cards to Rebirth all it desires, however I hope it’s contemplating releasing a bodily model of Queen’s Blood, too, as a result of that 3D-printed board seems to be sick.

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