September 25, 2022

Last Fantasy 16 producer Naoki Yoshida says the following trailer for FF16 is prone to drop in October, giving followers one other take a look at the following installment in top-of-the-line fantasy recreation collection. The announcement was made through the Tokyo Video games Present, on the Japan Sport Awards. We already knew that there can be no Last Fantasy 16 at TGS, however the upcoming recreation received the “Future Division” award on the present.

Whereas on stage to simply accept an award on behalf of Sq. Enix, Yoshida is requested when followers can subsequent hear about Last Fantasy XVI, with new data beforehand promised within the fall (discovered at 47:50 on this video – observe it is on Japanese).

Yoshida replies (by way of Gematsu) that he hasn’t had an opportunity to speak to the advertising and marketing or PR workforce for FF16 these days, so he is undecided what to say. Nonetheless, he states that “We’ll in all probability be capable of launch a trailer within the subsequent month or so… And after that, I hope I can provide a tough concept of ​​when will probably be launched.”

Beforehand, a trailer proven through the Sony State of Play livestream in June set the Last Fantasy 16 launch date window to “summer season 2023”. Yoshida has since confirmed that gamers will take management of protagonist Clive and have the chance to check out Last Fantasy 16 summons often called Eikons. Nonetheless, he famous that the opposite members of the group can be managed by AI “in order that gamers can focus solely on controlling Clive”.

Latest teasers concerning the story of Last Fantasy 16 recommend that it might be centered across the battle for aether, one among Last Fantasy’s foremost sources of energy, which Yoshida describes as magic oil. In the meantime, Yoshida’s different foremost recreation, FFXIV – top-of-the-line MMOs on PC – is within the midst of making ready its subsequent storyline, and Yoshida mentioned that FFXIV 7.0’s story planning course of is full.

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