In an interview with Polygon, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call‘s producer Ichiro Hazama has revealed that future DLC planned for the game will include new music from future Final Fantasy games.
“We wanted to make it so Curtain Call is like your base and then you would add more songs as newer titles joined the roster and be able to accommodate for DLC or things like that and build upon it. But that would be our final form of Theatrhythm that handles the Final Fantasy songs. In terms of Final Fantasy songs, we will continue to produce new Final Fantasy titles and with that, there’ll be new songs added to the repertoire.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is the second installment in this popular music rhythm game. Players take control of popular Final Fantasy characters as they chose various music from the series which appear in three stages; field, battle and event. Each of these stages features different game-play mechanics which in turn help level up the characters, just as if in a main-line Final Fantasy game. The sequel has already been released in Japan but will be released in North America on September 16th and in Europe on September 19th. It features a new battle mode and over 220 songs which of course will be expanded with this planned DLC.