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No open world, controlled Eikons and the timing of the release of the third trailer: the producer of Final Fantasy XVI revealed new details of the game

Final Fantasy XVI Producer Naoki Yoshida has revealed new details of Square Enix’s highly anticipated RPG in a series of interviews with Japanese and Western portals. edition gematsu collected key data.

    Image Credit: Square Enix

Image Credit: Square Enix

As it became known, the protagonist of Final Fantasy XVI will be presented in the game in three stages of his life (teenage, in his 20s and in his 30s), he will master an arsenal of powerful attacks and abilities of Eikons.

Powerful summoned creatures in Final Fantasy XVI are controlled. Battles with her participation promise to be unique. One might look like a shooter, another like a wrestling match, and so on.

    Eikons will have a level tree, skill points that you need to earn in battles

Eikons will have a level tree, skill points that you need to earn in battles

Throughout most of his adventure, the protagonist will be accompanied by allies under the control of artificial intelligence. Partners can communicate with the protagonist and participate in battles.

The structure of Final Fantasy XVI will not be an open-world game: instead, developers will use locations that are independent of each other. A similar device was in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.

    The pup's name is Torgal - Yoshida hasn't revealed if he'll be taking part in fights

The pup’s name is Torgal – Yoshida hasn’t revealed if he’ll be taking part in fights

Yoshida also assured that Final Fantasy XVI will offer a full experience at launch (there are no plans for additional content yet). The third trailer will appear in the fall and tells about the world and the plot.

Final Fantasy XVI is slated for release on PS5 in Summer 2023. The story centers on Clive Rosfield, the eldest son of Grand Duke Rosaria and protector of his younger brother Joshua, who has inherited the power of the fiery Eikon Phoenix.

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