Back in 2020, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XVI. The game will be the next chapter in the Final Fantasy franchise, so you can imagine that many players were undoubtedly very excited about it. The plan was for Square Enix to have more details to share in 2021, but since we’re almost at the end of the year, that won’t happen.
In a tweet posted by game producer Naoki Yoshida, it appears that the details fans have been eagerly awaiting will now be delayed until 2022. According to Yoshida, this will happen in the spring of 2022 as they will reveal in a big way.
– FINAL FANTASY XVI (finalfantasyxvi) December 27, 2021
The producer notes that the reason for the delay was due to the epidemic. “When we last spoke, I promised to have more information on Final Fantasy XVI later in 2021. However, I regret to inform you that I will not be able to fulfill that promise, as complications from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic have delayed development The game for nearly half a year.”
Square Enix’s attempts to get its developers to work from home appears to have disrupted their communications, which in turn has caused delays and, in some cases, canceled some asset deliveries that didn’t allow the company to share additional details because it had originally hoped.
There is no doubt that the pandemic has caused major disruptions in various industries, as factories have been forced to close temporarily. Businesses and individuals are also accustomed to working from home, which we imagine could be a challenge for people who are used to walking around the office and talking to colleagues.
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