‘Final Fantasy 16’ is 95 per cent done

Final Fantasy 16 is 95 per cent completed, with a agency launch date to be introduced this yr.

Development on Final Fantasy 16 has been a turbulent affair. Last October, director Naiko Yoshida stated that the sport was almost full however by December, he introduced that work had been delayed as a consequence of COVID-19.

In April, he confirmed that Final Fantasy 16 was within the “final stages” of growth.

Now, in a brand new interview with Famitsu (and translated by IGN), Yoshida stated that Final Fantasy 16 was about “95 per cent” done, with the group now largely specializing in debugging the title. “We’ve forbidden anyone to add new code in case new bugs appear,” he stated.

He additionally confirmed {that a} launch date and “some more information” might be introduced earlier than the top of the yr. In June, a trailer confirmed that Final Fantasy 16 was aiming for a summer time 2023 launch window. Speaking to Famitsu, Yoshida stated that was nonetheless the plan. “I don’t think we’ll go beyond the summer, so I think it’s okay.”

Speaking about Final Fantasy 16 earlier this yr, Yoshida stated: “Unlike an online game that involves many players at the same time, Final Fantasy 16 offers a different experience where it focuses on the individual player and immerses you in the story. I think it’s a very fleshed out story.”

He continued: “For those who have grown up and realised that reality isn’t kind to you and have drifted away from Final Fantasy, we hope that 16 will be a game that brings back anew the passion that you once had for the series.”

Last month, a brand new political-heavy trailer for the title was launched, with Yoshida then compelled to defend the obvious lack of variety inside the medieval Europe-inspired sport. “The story we are telling is fantasy, yes, but it is also rooted in reality”.

“It can be challenging to assign distinctive ethnicities to either antagonist or protagonist without triggering audience preconceptions, inviting unwarranted speculation, and ultimately stoking flames of controversy,” he added.

In different information, Infinity Ward has launched the patch notes for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s first main replace, and has promised much more modifications coming with the launch of season one.

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