Well, no don’t. That’s because we never played it.
Fortress was to be a Final Fantasy XII spinoff.
It got canceled by Square-Enix:
Grin began preproduction work on a Final Fantasy spin-off game, Fortress, in the second half of 2008 when Square Enix outsourced it to the Swedish developer. The development team, based in Stockholm, began creating concept art, 3D models and a game engine, thinking of Fortress as a “game with an epic scale both in story and production values”. In addition to original characters and locations, concept art for the game depicted Ashe and a Judge character from Final Fantasy XII, and chocobos and other recurring creatures of the series. The score was also being produced. However, after six months of development, Square Enix reclaimed the project without paying Grin, due to concerns over the quality of the work. Grin co-founders Ulf and Bo Andersson claimed that “Square Enix had already made up its mind that Fortress wasn’t a project it wanted anymore”. Square Enix’s withdrawal left the Swedish developer in financial difficulty and with no other ongoing game project.
It’s not going to be Final Fantasy XVI. Not unless they use the assets for the setting. But they won’t use the medieval themes for the next one. I’m sure Agni’s Philosophy will be Final Fantasy XVI. Agni’s Philosophy won’t “include “Viking-like” enemies invading from the sea and large-scale battles.“
If any of the Final Fantasy games are to return to Final Fantasy’s medieval roots, it’ll be Final Fantasy XVII.
Or we can pony up the extra money to play Final Fantasy XIV.