Square Enix and Team ninja work together on Final Fantasy origins, a spin-off that is more in line with people like Dark souls or Nioh as a classic role-playing experience.
A new report from Fanbyte announced some more details on the rumored new Final Fantasy project that is reportedly in development at Nioh, Final Fantasy Dissidia NT and Ninja Gaiden developer Team Ninja.
We heard rumors about the game via Square Enix insider Navtra ResetEra yesterday where it was suggested that Square Enix’s E3 show would provide more details about the project.
According to Fanbyte, we have now learned that the game is called Final Fantasy Origin and that it will “be available exclusively for PlayStation 5 with a PC release later”.
Square Enix is looking to release an alpha demo of the game later this summer – something Team Ninja is used to from the Nioh games – and is keen to judge public opinion of the game while it’s still in its relatively early stages is located. The upcoming title will be related to the first game in the series – hence the prefix “Origin”.
The alpha demo is said to be called “Stranger in Paradise”. VG247 heard very similar details shared by Fanbyte.
If you are concerned that the game is going to be too difficult, don’t worry; The report suggests that Square Enix plans to make it more accessible and showcase to a mainstream audience. And maybe that’s for the best, because the Nioh series is known to be tough.
Square Enix is attending this year’s all-digital E3, though the publisher has yet to release details on a specific showcase event. It’s worth noting that details about Final Fantasy Origin are also subject to change as much of the show has already been leaked online – including the whisper that becomes Eidos’ also be therewhat the announcement of a “cross genes” game brings with it.
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