With the release of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII the whole saga will be brought to an end. Final Fantasy XIII started out as a single game and was eventually developed as a trilogy which will end with the third title, coming on the last months of 2013. While Square Enix is fully focused on the development of Lightning Returns, the company is already looking ahead after the game’s releasing, taking into consideration the possible release of a Final Fantasy XIII Complete Pack, including all three games and possibly all DLCs released: Final Fantasy XIII got none, while XIII-2 got a good share of them, ranging from optional Colosseum battles to story content, including an extension of the game’s ending sequence.
Speaking with director Motomu Toriyama VG 247 states that the team could consider releasing a compilation of the three titles, if demand was high enough. Of course, the final game of the trilogy must be released and most likely some time will have to pass before the Japanese company may start thinking about it. Still, if the demand is there, players who skipped one of the titles may be able to get them bundled together with the rest of the saga.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will be released at the end of the year on Ps3 and Xbox 360.