If Final Fantasy 16 has been pushed back to summer 2023, it certainly won’t be that long before you get your hands on it. The game could have the right to a trial version before its release.
Like FF7 Remake, the next numbered installment could be approached by all PS5 players. In any case, it is the will of producer Naoki Yoshida, who announces that he wants to create a demo of Final Fantasy 16.
A demo of Final Fantasy 16 before the release?
The information around Final Fantasy 16 is endless. With the recent campaign of promotion and interviews that accompanies the release of the new trailer, we almost forget that the game sank into deep silence for almost a year. Now willing to reveal new information, Naoki Yoshida has stated his intention to release a demo of FF16 before its launch next summer.
We imagine that the game will have the right to a trial version anyway with the PS Plus Premium, but it would probably be more a demo similar to that of FF7 Remake in its day. However, nothing is set in stone. The producer reminds that the development team is still finalizing the game and he cannot guarantee the arrival of a Final Fantasy 16 demo. It’s more of a personal wish, but the title is in any case fully playable internally. Given that Devil May Cry’s very action-oriented combat system might not appeal to everyone, this would be a more than welcome move.