Forspoken could get a second delay for the release of FFXVI

Leave It was originally supposed to be out for PlayStation 5 and PC in just a few days, but after Luminous Productions announced a delay in March this year, a new release date has been set for October 11th.

It now looks like a second delay could be on the cards at Square Enix, according to industry insiders Sphehal_Nick claims to have heard that Final Fantasy XVI could take the October release date instead. Although a release date for Final Fantasy XVI To be confirmed, it was reported by VGC back in April that development was in its final stages.

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Forspoken possibly postponed for the second time

In the latest episode of the XboxEra Podcast, Nick revealed that his source confirmed the possibility that Square Enix could delay the release of Leave again, but under certain conditions.

Nick says the state depends on whether or not Square Enix can release Final Fantasy XVI sometime this year. Nick’s source reportedly explained the decision by saying, “If Square can get Final Fantasy 16 out this year, if they think they can, it seems they will delay it Leave once again”.

Though Nick pointed out that this appears to be a “strange” decision by Square Enix, co-host Zalker pointed out that releasing two big titles in the same year doesn’t make much sense. Zalker said that the publication Final Fantasy XVI first gives her time to shine while ensuring the success of Leavesince it is a brand new IP.

Of course, this is just a rumor and is currently unconfirmed by Square Enix or Luminous Productions. Should release be deemed impossible Final Fantasy XVI This year we could still see Leave Stick to the current October release date. But in the meantime, we advise you to take this news with caution.

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