We had already spat out our coffee when the price of FF16 was announced a few days ago, but Square Enix is doing it again with a collector's edition of the 35th anniversary of the Final Fantasy series: once again, the price is good misused in relation to the content offered.
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We knew it, we got it: the famous release date of FF16 is finally set, after a long period where only the planned period had been revealed. Now it's sure and certain, Square Enix's PS5 exclusive will see the light of day next year and confirms everything with a TGA 2022 trailer.
And one less surprise for the "Caesar of video games", this ceremony ultimately more interesting for its world premiere wheelbarrow than for the award ceremony itself. And it is the release date of FFXVI which unfortunately pays the price today.
New round of some world publications for the team at the bedside of FF16 led by the charismatic Naoki Yoshida. On the program, a lot of new information on Square Enix's PS5 exclusivity scheduled for next summer and a communication hiccup.
While Final Fantasy 16 is getting more and more talked about, a PlayStation advertisement today gives us more information on the release window of Square Enix's production on PS5 but also on other platforms... like PC for example?
Square Enix and the CBU 3 led by Naoki Yoshida invite us to discover 4 new minutes of FF16 before its release in the summer of 2023. The opportunity to see that the plot will give pride of place to political shenanigans and that Clive is still just as with some gameplay.
The next major video game event scheduled is the Tokyo Game Show 2022. Many Japanese studios will be there, and they announce their line-up of available games like FF16, FF7 Rebirth, Forspoken, whether in the form of a trailer, a presentation or a playable demo.
Sony's State of Play took place tonight and it was able to delight fans who are waiting for new games to try. Among those who stood out, we find FF16 (Final Fantasy XVI), a PS5 exclusive. The title of Square Enix closes the march with a trailer revealing the gameplay.
In a recent livestream, Producer Naoki Yoshida explained that the development is going well, but the game might not be ready to be showcased in the Japanese event.
Sony started big with their PlayStation 5 Showcase last night, with Square Enix finally confirming the long-rumoured Final Fantasy XVI with an extended trailer. However, confusion regarding exclusivity overshadowed the news.
During a recent Premiere Stream, Naoki Yoshida denied ongoing rumours that he is to head up a possible FFXVI.