PlayStation State of Play Coming April 13 With Final Fantasy 16 Gameplay

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Final Fantasy 16 State of Play Coming Up!

After a long period of silence since the last State of Play in February, PlayStation is back with another exciting announcement.

The gaming giant’s State of Play is returning on April 13, bringing a new look at the much anticipated Final Fantasy 16 from Square Enix.

PlayStation will showcase 20 minutes of Final Fantasy 16 footage to get players ready for its launch in June.

Final Fantasy 16 has turned out to be an ambitious project for the classic JRPG franchise. The latest entry aims to take a more action-focused approach, and the developer recently confirmed that Final Fantasy 16 had gone gold.

The last State of Play focused on Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. The event showed plenty of new footage, along with thoughts from the developer and a deep dive into gameplay mechanics. Therefore, fans can expect similar coverage for Final Fantasy 16 on April 13.

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