Journalists showed 45 minutes of Final Fantasy XVI gameplay and

Journalists showed 45 minutes of Final Fantasy XVI gameplay, and the producer clarified the situation with the PC version

Yesterday, February 28th, Square Enix allowed portals to publish preliminary reviews of the RPG Final Fantasy XVI. Along with them, a lot of new gameplay appeared on the web, and the producer of the project clarified the timing of the release of the PC version.

    Image Credit: Square Enix

Image Credit: Square Enix

Keep in mind that Final Fantasy XVI was announced for the PS5, but Square Enix highlighted the mention of PC in the first trailer. Eurogamer claimed that the game will be released on PC six months after the release on PS5 – the exclusivity is also calculated for the same period.

Producer Naoki Yoshida – the one who advised gamers to buy PS5 and not think about the rumors about the PC version – in an interview Japanese PlayStation Blog confirmed that Final Fantasy XVI will still be coming to PC, but not six months after PS5.

According to Yoshida, Square Enix has invested a lot of time and money optimizing Final Fantasy XVI for PS5 and won’t be able to port the project to PC in six months. The producer cannot name current release dates.

Regarding new gameplay, over 45 minutes of fresh Final Fantasy XVI gameplay (see playlist above) has been provided by the portal gematsu. Journalists had the opportunity to try a version of the game specially prepared for them.

In the cutscenes, the protagonist Clive Rosfield and his companions (the magician Sidolfus Telamon and the dog Torgal) infiltrate an enemy fortress, face several bosses and mini-bosses and also take part in a spectacular Akon battle.

Final Fantasy XVI is expected to premiere on June 22nd on the PlayStation 5. Yoshida is sure of the date. Also in an interview polygon The producer explained that the broadcast of the game is possible only if “A meteorite will fall on Japan”.

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