As is customary these days, a new demo for Final Fantasy XVI It will arrive on PlayStation 5 two weeks before the game launches later this summer. The title has been getting some juicy new information, and while many of these new details have surely made the wait until release skyrocket, it turns out that Final Fantasy XVI will be playable in a small capacity ahead of its release date on June 2023.
In a recent discussion with Famitsu, Final Fantasy XVI producer Naoki Yoshida revealed that Square Enix plans to release a demo for the title before its arrival. Yoshida explained that the demo is in development right now and will likely drop a couple of weeks before Final Fantasy XVI hits shelves. While a release date for this PS5 demo has yet to be announced, this would delay the test to arrive in the first week or two of June.
“A trial version is planned. However, it will be delivered just before the release date. This is because the desire to play that I got from the trial vanishes if I publish it months before launch. We are already preparing for the test version, but I think we will probably be able to deliver the beginning of the story about two weeks before the release date.
Final Fantasy XVI will be released later this year on June 22 and will be exclusive to PS5. It also seems likely that a PC version of the game will be released in the future, but Square Enix has yet to officially confirm this.
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