Sony recently announced their plans to unveil a demo of Square Enix’s highly anticipated RPG, Final Fantasy XVI, exclusively for the PlayStation 5. This captivating demo, set for release on June 12 at 4:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, allows players to transfer saved data to the full version of the game.
The grand launch of this exciting RPG is schedule for June 22, exclusively on the PlayStation 5. It will remain a console exclusive until December 31, delighting fans of the beloved franchise. Despite initial hints of a potential PC release in a livestreamed trailer, subsequent trailers and the official game website do not mention a PC version, leaving its availability uncertain.
In addition to the game’s allure, the renowned artist Kenshi Yonezu has been entrust with composing and performing the enchanting theme song, “Tsuki Wo Miteita – Moongazing.” His captivating musical talents are expect to enhance the overall experience for players and fans alike.
Square Enix’s esteemed Creative Business Unit III division is developing final Fantasy XVI. The game is produce by Naoki Yoshida, acclaim for his work on Final Fantasy XIV, with Hiroshi Takai, also known for his involvement in Final Fantasy XIV, serving as the director. This talented team is dedicated to delivering a captivating and unforgettable gaming experience within the beloved Final Fantasy series.