Final Fantasy 15 has become one of the most popular games all around the world. Fans had to wait a long time until they could play it, but, according to them, it was worth it. The game, which is developed by Square Enix, came with awesome downloading content which can now be found on a lot of computers.
As a result of its popularity, developers decided to release several spinoffs and a mobile version. It looks like they were inspired, because their financial success is increasing and they really needed that.
Final Fantasy 15’s positive impact and world-wide popularity lead to the idea of developing another part of the franchise, Final Fantasy 16. Since players had to wait a long time until the previous version’s release, they are prepared for a similar situation. Until the game appears, let’s have a look at what it might bring.
More action combat
At this point, we don’t have any confirmed information. However, considering the tendency from Final Fantasy 15, we might conclude that Final Fantasy 16 will come with more action combat. This change is necessary, because technology has evolved and gamers need a more intense experience.
The Open World environment could be diversified
Gamers really love the possibility of travelling around the world in a convertible. Since they like this experience so much, developers could keep it and improve it within the Final Fantasy 16. They picture a more diverse environment and expansive world for the new game.
Final Fantasy 16 could come with better characters
Even if previous versions of the game brought a new environment, the plot was considered a bit dull by some players. Now, the developers might come up with a more interesting story and diverse personalities.
Final Fantasy 16’s estimated release date could be somewhere in 2019. However, considering their previous experience, its fans are prepared to wait until 2020 or later.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.