Final Fantasy XVI is one of the most anticipated video games for the current Sony console, PlayStation 5, which will receive the title as a temporary exclusive to PlayStation 5 according to the Japanese company’s own words.
Now, it should be noted that with the announcement at the beginning of the month of PlayStation Showcase, there were many who expected to see some of the developer title by Square Enix, which, unlike other sagas such as God of War, Spider-Man, Star Wars, among others, was characterized by its most absolute absence. Nevertheless, some fans don’t think alike.
Final Fantasy XVI date could have been revealed
It should be noted that this is still a mere theory that could be at a quasi-conspiratorial level, giving with foot to it that in the introductory video some have seen clues surrounding the game’s launch, specifically on a sign where you can read Valisteha 06.16 around minute 0:38 of the video, which we leave behind the following lines.
Now, in case you don’t understand the reference, Valisthea is the place where the events of Final Fantasy XVI take place, so the theories suggest that the title could be released on June 16, 2022, this last number being added if we take into account that 2022 would be, except for a last minute change, the year in which the title would arrive.
It has to be said that there are not few references that we can see in this opening, being so that, without leaving Square Enix, many point to Kingdom Hearts as the title represented in the game of chess. Also, there are others like God of War, Pac-Man, Alan Wake, among others who also have their own Easter Egg in the opening. You can see it below:
For the rest, we can only say that, except for the occasional update of its development, the data we have on Final Fantasy XVI is scarce It will be necessary to see if in a next PlayStation Showcase or in the imminent Tokyo Game Show we see something of the title that will continue with one of the greatest sagas of the JRPG in the history of video games.
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