Square Enix has released a new trailer for Final Fantasy XVI State of Play on June 2, 2022, revealing some early gameplay details on this mainline entry, which will give the series’ iconic summons a much larger than usual narrative role with frenetic action gameplay.
Naoki Yoshida introduced the second Final Fantasy XVI Trailer mentioning that we’ve waited a long time and how our world is facing a lot of turbulence, echoing some of the trailer’s opening narrative. Naoki Yoshida mentioned that the next trailer for Final Fantasy XVI was finished in May so many fans were expecting to see it today. Eventually, Yoshida and his team will also start doing many more interviews FFXVI.
New Final Fantasy XVI Trailer Reveals Expected Summer 2023 Release
That Final Fantasy XVI Trailer revealed for the first time ever the game’s UI and its Devil May Cry Vlike fight. Ryota Suzuki, who continued to work Devil May Cry 5‘s combat system at Capcom, previously explained his role as battle director of Final Fantasy XVI The UI seen in the trailer includes “Precision Dodge” and “Precision Counter” cues that indicate the technical aspects of the gameplay.
Kaiju boss fights and versus fights
Final Fantasy XVI Most importantly, it gives the Summons a stronger role as Ifrit, Shiva, Bahamut, Odin, Garuda and more go head-to-head in impressive kaiju battles. Furthermore, not only summon battles but also boss battles appear to be one-on-one duels, similar to a fighting game. You can see it in the trailer below.
FF16 Major updates shared since their release
Several brief updates were shared Final Fantasy XVI since its unveiling. YoshiP shared some first FF16 Story Tips in February 2021. Yoko Taro also had a lengthy discussion with him about the game in July 2021. Comments regarding the UK dub and motion capture were shared in another live stream later in July. Most recently, YoshiP shared some initial details at the TGS in October 2021 FF16 Skill tree system.
Final Fantasy XVI has been in development for at least 4 years at Creative Business Unit III, the developers of FF14 (and the Dragon Quest Builder Series). Most of the Final Fantasy 16 The development team worked from home on the game in 2020, and the scenario has since been completed.
Square Enix is also working on it Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 which we will see before the end of the year. Also check out the Japanese dubbed version of the trailer.
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