Final Fantasy XVI producer Naoki Yoshida appeared during the “Game Hack” corner on the latest episode of Tokyo FM radio program One morning today, where he briefly discussed the upcoming Final Fantasy XVI.
Get the things below.
- Final Fantasy XVI is quite action-oriented. It is a Final Fantasy with history and action
- (What about players who are not good at action games?) We really want players to enjoy the story, so we are preparing a mode for players who want to focus on the story. Since we have quite large support actions, we of course prepare something that is easy to operate and smooth to play. Do not worry too much (players who are not good at action games.)
- I̵7;m from the generation that has played Final Fantasy series from the first game in real time – I’m almost in my 50s. I think Warriors of Light has grown up in their own worlds, so I want to create a world of Final Fantasy that those who know the good and bad of reality can also be passionate about. I think there are certain difficulties that are experienced when you grow up, so I want to make the main theme of this game something that those who grew up playing Final Fantasy and understand reality can still enjoy, get something out of and think about.
Final Fantasy XVI is under development for PlayStation 5. Read more about the game here.
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