Additional complicating issues is a report from business analyst Piers Harding-Rolls, who stated that Sony advised him that Last Fantasy 16 is barely a timed unique for the PS5, that means that the sport will ultimately roll out on different platforms.
“Last Fantasy 16 is a full unique for six months (after which it might come to non-console platforms) and a console unique for 12 months (after which it might additionally come to different consoles).” Harding-Rolls wrote on Twitter. “Timing and platform help is completely all the way down to [Square Enix’s] dev efforts.”
Harding-Rolls additionally revealed that there was “no official affirmation” from Sq. Enix that the sport would launch on PC at a later date, though the “the point out within the Sony PS5 showcase does recommend that is the case.”
To sum issues up: Last Fantasy 16 will solely be accessible on one console for the primary 12 months after its launch. That’s the PS5. PC followers may get the sport six months after launch however Sq. Enix hasn’t confirmed that’ll be the case. We don’t but know if Xbox Collection X will get Last Fantasy 16 after the 12-month interval is up.
So what precisely occurred right here? If the Last Fantasy 16 PC port wasn’t confirmed, how did it find yourself in a trailer throughout Sony’s greatest online game showcase of the 12 months? Neither Sony nor Sq. Enix gave a motive for the error.