Final Fantasy XVI will have the modeNew Game+‘, allowing players to keep all equipment, acquired abilities and levels in order to face stronger enemies during the replay. The game director said Hiroshi Takai in an interview with a Japanese site 4Gamer.
The developer has confirmed that the upcoming role-playing game will include several difficulty level options. For example, the story mode will allow users to focus on the campaign without worrying about hard battles or sudden deaths.
Heroes will automatically perform combined attacks and special moves. However, in the settings there will be an alternative “basic” option that offers a worthy rebuff to hardcore players so that they can enjoy the battles.
According to Takai, the main difference between the modes is the accessories, one of which will allow automatic combos. In addition, there will be an item in the arsenal that helps to avoid attacks. There will be several similar support accessories in the game, so players will be able to choose their favorite.
Square Enix intends to release Final Fantasy XVI next year on PS5. The publisher plans to announce the release date in the near future. Previously, it was reported that finished at 95%.
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