Final Fantasy 16 is the upcoming new title in the mega-popular series from Square Enix, but do you need to play the other games in the series to enjoy and understand it?. Something that newer players to the series will be wondering is if they need to have played the first 15 games in the mainline series to enjoy Final Fantasy 16, and the answer is a combination of yes and no.
Final Fantasy 16 is the next upcoming title from Square Enix in the massively popular RPG series and we have everything you need to know about its release. FF16 is the sixteenth game in the mainline series, expected to be released exclusively for PS5 and is being produced by Naoki Yoshida and directed by Hiroshi Takai.
God of War, Final Fantasy 7 Remake and "BioShock 2022" have all been named for PC in a leaked list of titles datamined from Nvidia's GeForce Now. The intriguing list includes numerous upcoming games, some which are unannounced for PC and others which have not been formally announced at all.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake or ff7 Remake PC is one of the computer games revamped from Square’s 1997 PlayStation. After the Compilation of Final Fantasy 7, the changes made in the game was reported by Square Enix in 2015 for PlayStation 4. However, FF7 enthusiasts have been constantly sourcing information about the Final Fantasy 7 Remake E3 declaration that gives signs of the new form of entertainment. While nothing special has been declared by the company itself, the new improvement will surely hike the gaming experience.
God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Souls, Horizon Forbidden West, Ratchet & Clank coming to PC according to NVIDIA Geforce NOW
NVIDIA GeForce Now may have leaked the next Playstation-only games that will be coming to the PC. According to its database, God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Souls Remake, Returnal, Horizon Forbidden West and Ratchet & Clank are all coming to PC. Now what’s interesting here...
Fans have been longing for a remake of Final Fantasy 7 for years, and in 2020, Square Enix finally delivered. However, due to the size of Cloud Strife’s adventure, we only got the first part of the story—mostly centred around the city of Midgar. A PC release hasn’t been confirmed...