After the preview that some players got to play a few days ago of the upcoming Final Fantasy 16 game, there is even more news about it. Naoki Yoshida, also known as Yoshi-P just confirmed that a Final Fantasy 16 playable demo is on its way. While it might not get here too soon, it is still quite nice to know we are getting one. According to the producer of the game, the demo is set to arrive two weeks before the game launches. Another good news is that the progress you do on the demo will carry over to the game when it launches.
Final Fantasy 16 Playable Demo should arrive between June 5 and June 11
While there isn’t a set date yet, the confirmation of the demo has us excited. The demo will get here two weeks before the official game’s launch which would put it between June 5 and June 11. This is just speculation as there can be some last-minute changes but we hope we get to play the game sooner rather than later. Beyond that, there are many details flying around about the game that you should avoid if you want to play the game with the least amount of spoilers.
Yoshi-P says the Final Fantasy XVI demo will be released around 2 weeks before the games release! #FF16
– Save data will carry over to the main game!https://t.co/U942qwK3pE pic.twitter.com/mS4YqYVhC7
— Genki✨ (@Genki_JPN) February 28, 2023
Final Fantasy 16 Reveals Its Official Release Date
The previews about Final Fantasy 16 point out many things that’ll come when the game launches. Contrary to Final Fantasy 15, the new game won’t be an open-world title. This is good as we consider there’s more quality in pseudo-linear environments like God of War: Ragnarok. Also, we now know that the story will have a more mature tone to it with even some romance on the side. This is fantastic as the developers are trying to adapt the game to its older audience. So, now, all that remains is to wait for the Final Fantasy 16 demo to get here and for the game’s launch on June 22, 2023.