Square-Enix will treat PS3 players with a Final Fantasy XIII demo this coming March in Japan, but it seems that 360 owners will be left behind. The company announced on Saturday during their private, DK Sigma3173 event that development for the Xbox 360 version of FFXIII has not yet begun.
"Right now, we're fully concentrating on the PS3 version," said by game director Motomu Toriyama. He said that company is still planning to finish developing for the PS3 first, saying: "We haven't changed the direction of the development. We're making the PS3 version first, and then porting to the 360 later."
The company made the shattering announcement that they will be releasing Final Fantasy XIII for the Xbox 360 during Microsoft's press conference in last month's E3. Since then, Xbox 360 owners have been awaiting to mark their calendars on a potential release date for the title. However, Toriyama said to his team to "not think about the Xbox 360 right now," since they haven't received any development kits to work with the hardware as of yet.
According to Gamespot's report, since Square-Enix plans on releasing the game on both platforms simultaneously, the Playstation 3 version will have to stand-by until the 360 version is complete. Toriyama also denied any rumors of a PC version of Final Fantasy XIII in development.