Final Fantasy XIV and Dragon Quest X Making ‘Favorable Progress’

Inside of Square Enix’s financial report released late tonight, the company made a statement about future titles, saying that both Final Fantasy XIV and Dragon Quest X have been making “favorable progress.” Although not indicative of any sort of sales or player base, the studio seems confident about the prospects of its MMOs.

Check out the full quote below:

During the nine-month period ended December 31, 2014, in the area of content for platforms such as smart devices and PC browser, “SENGOKU IXA,” a browser game and “DRAGON QUEST MONSTERS SUPER LIGHT,” a game for smartphones continued to show strong performance. “SCHOOLGIRL STRIKERS,” “FINAL FANTASY RECORD KEEPER,” and “Kai-ri-Sei Million Arthur,” games for smartphones newly released during the nine-month period ended December 31, 2014 have been showing strong performance as well.

Among the console game titles, sales of new titles such as “KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.5 ReMIX,” increased in comparison with the same period of the prior fiscal year, and repeat sales of titles released in the last fiscal year were strong. Massively mulitiplayer online role playing games such as “FINAL FANTASY XIV” and “DRAGON QUEST X” have been making favorable progress.

In the Amusement business, sales of amusement machines decreased, and the operation of the amusement facilities has been showing steady performance through efficient store management efforts, despite an adverse effect of the increased consumption tax rate.”