Luminous Productions may receive additional time to improve its last IP address to process events taking place in the land of Athens. Such a situation was suggested by the co-founder of XboxEra.
Forspoken is one of the new Square Enix productions set to debut this year. Although the game was originally supposed to be on the market in May, the developers have more time to bring the stories to the highest level – in recent months we’ve been able to take a look, among other things, at the battle and setting production aims for PS5 and PC. We know the studio will use a number of new technologies (including AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution and Microsoft DirectStorage) to deliver the most effective experience.
As Nick Baker points out in his latest The XboxEra Podcast, Square Enix may delay the launch of Frey Holland’s adventure again. If only Final Fantasy XVI authors were able to release their game, Forspoken might be ported.
“There is a possibility that Square will delay Forspoken again, but that is conditional in some way and that condition seems to be whether or not they think they can launch Final Fantasy 16 this year.”
Thus, the co-founder of XboxEra made it clear that the Japanese would not want to release two big productions at the same time. And the next part of Final Fantasy, which will also be available on PlayStation 5 and PC, is certainly the most well-known and most anticipated brand. Therefore, this approach seems to be fully justified.
It remains for us to follow the actions of the Japanese, because it is not known whether the journalist’s words will prove correct. Square Enix should release a trailer for Final Fantasy XVI soon – the Japanese giant plans to focus on a “main IP”, and we know the title is in “final stage of production.”
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