Final Fantasy XVI
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All I know regarding this game is that it's going to be worked on by the Yoshi-P team. The same team that wrote the story of Heavensward. This is already one pro I can see, because Heavensward was phenomenal as a story expansion. The story, characters, villains and overall narrative were all top notch.
Also gameplay wise it's going to be worked on by the person who directed combat for both Devil May Cry 5 and Dragon's Dogma. I've never played either of those games so I can't comment regarding that, but I so hear good things about those action gameplay of DMCV and DD.
Axel last edited by Axel
I like everything I'm seeing about this!
With all the marketing they've been doing so far, I think it's safe to say it's coming out in 2021, right? Maybe even as early as June?
@axel I highly doubt it. Going to the just-launched site, the last quote at the bottom says it's still going to be awhile. Plus, this is Square we're talking here. This game isn't coming until holiday 2022 at the absolute EARLIEST.
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@brannox Ah right, didn't see the website. Guess I got a bit carried away!
@axel Totally understandable. The little bit we've seen looks interesting, but I just have no faith in Square (much less any company for that matter) in releasing a game within a calendar year of when they announce a project.
El Shmiablo last edited by
@brannox I feel like I would have definitely agreed with you in the times of the Crystal Tools days where they spent years just trying to nail down an engine.
Now that they've switched to Unreal I feel like the development pipeline will be a lot smoother. I'm not saying we'll see this soon, but at least a lot sooner than other games FF's after announcement.
@el-shmiablo I would like to have my skepticism tossed aside, but until they (or really anyone) can do so on a consistent basis, I just don't see it. At least as of now. Who knows, maybe the next gen platforms are "easier" to develop for. We'll have to see.
naltmank last edited by
My guess is October 2022. Lock it in.
HappyGaming last edited by
I was going to say that I think Clive Rosfield is a dumb name, but after giving it some thought, I think the series has given me enough dumb character names historically to invalidate my complaint.
I'll just learn to love it like I have with past characters.
bam541 last edited by
This makes me think that the game's soonest reappareance possible is at The Game Awards. Man, I really want to see more of this game.