While almost nothing is officially known about Final Fantasy 16, speculations are growing that it might arrive as an exclusive title for Sony’s next-gen console.
With fans still enjoying the sweet nostalgia of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, speculations start to gain traction for a game that fans know almost nothing about, Final Fantasy 16. And things got even more intense thanks to Tetsuya Nomura, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake director.
Nomura hinted that part two of the praised remake might be closer than we believe, and the rumor mill went crazy once again. Here is what you need to know.
Final Fantasy 16 Could Be a PS5 Exclusive Title: What to Expect
Recently, it seemed that Final Fantasy 16 was still very far away, based on the scattered details that had been put together on the game. While it is a game that we can theorize about, there aren’t really any substantial details to point out what this game will be about, or when we’ll get the chance to play it.
A Resetera user, known as Navtra, dropped a little detail supporting the idea that Final Fantasy 16 will be an exclusive title for PS5. The detail hint that the upcoming game is a timed exclusive, similar to Final Fantasy 7 Remake. However, as good as it might sound, this is only a rumor, but it comes on the heels of a somehow reliable “prediction” made by the same user who unveiled the June PS5 event games.
The confidence of Navtra’s prediction could be Internet posturing, as releasing claims that the game is closer to arrive than we believe. The game brings discussion whenever it is mentioned. These speculations that the game was supposed to be launched this summer might still turn out as accurate, as the potential PS5 event booked for this month (August) could be the place for the game to be unveiled finally. We should take all this stuff with a massive pinch of salt and hope for the best to happen.
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