Final Fantasy 16 PS4 Version Was Being Considered at One Point

Square Enix’s Naoki Yoshida has mentioned that Final Fantasy 16 PS4 model was being thought-about at one level. The producer revealed this tidbit of knowledge in a prolonged interview with Japan’s Famitsu journal whereas speaking about crafting Final Fantasy 16’s reveal trailer in 2020, and the way followers responded to it. Yoshida solely briefly introduced up the now-canned PS4 model and didn’t make any additional feedback about it.

What Yoshida needed to say about Final Fantasy 16 PS4

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“I was developing [Final Fantasy 16] with a view to releasing it on PlayStation 4, so I was worried that I couldn’t improve the quality [of the trailer],” Yoshida advised Famitsu (by way of Google Translate). “I could have pre-rendered there once, but it would be a waste of development man-hours, and I didn’t want to do that. This is because I wanted to make a trailer by extracting what I could enjoy as a game experience.”

Since Final Fantasy 16 was revealed as a PS5 unique, there wasn’t a lot speak about a PS4 model so that is the primary time we’ve heard that it was initially deliberate. Nevertheless, contemplating how formidable Final Fantasy 16 sounds, dropping the last-gen model in favor of a PS5 launch is an efficient factor. In a sequence of current interviews, Yoshida talked in regards to the energy of the PS5 and the way the {hardware} affords builders the posh to create a seamless gameplay expertise with no loading instances between cutscenes and motion.

“With the boost in processing power, we can obviously make the graphics even richer than we could before, but it’s the super-fast loading times that really impress me,” Yoshida advised the PlayStation Blog. “In Final Fantasy 16, you jump straight from story cutscenes into real-time battles and back again without any loading times, making the gameplay flow at a breakneck pace.”

In different information, we’re fairly assured that God of War Ragnarok’s launch date can be introduced subsequent week, and DICE has mentioned that it has no plans to work on something apart from the Battlefield franchise.

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