Final Fantasy 15 director defends technologies used by RACA

2 min readApr 1, 2024

Developers must embrace future-facing technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and Web3, just as RACA has done, if they want to stay relevant in the changing gaming industry, says Final Fantasy 15 director , Hajime Tabata.

Tabata’s comments were made during a seminar held by the Human Academy featuring former Square Enix president Yoichi Wada and Tabata, who is now the CEO of JP Games.

Creators who have not experimented with generative artificial intelligence systems like ChatGPT or engaged in Web3 and metaverse development will not be able to keep up with industry needs in the future, according to Wada and Tabata.

Tabata’s statements reinforce RACA’s path at the forefront of the crypto ecosystem as our ecosystem is focused on these technologies and on unlocking the potential of Web3 and the metaverse.

Under its current president, Yosuke Matsuda, Square Enix has become one of the biggest advocates of future-facing technologies among AAA game publishers. Recently, the company turned to the technology of the future in 2024 with a promise to modify its organizational structure to support blockchain, Web3 and AI technologies across all its verticals.

Supported by DWF Labs, OKX Blockdream Ventures, and the Tachyon accelerator by Consensys Mesh, RACA serves as a web 3.0 infrastructure solution provider. Initially launched as a bidding token with the Maye Musk NFT, RACA has evolved into a robust web3.0 gaming ecosystem!

RACA, the USM native token, serves as a Crypto ‘dApp Store’ of AI Apps and Games, initiated by the ‘Elon Musk’s Mother & Koda NFT’ community.