Final Fantasy 16 is an action role playing game developed and published by Square Enix.
It was revealed at the PlayStation 5 Showcase in September 2020.
In a largely Switch dominated top 10, the two games that topped last week's charts rank high in this week's charts as well.
Producer Naoki Yoshida assures that the upcoming action RPG's development team will ensure that the game is as polished as possible at launch.
Shin Megami Tensei 5 claims the top spot in this week's charts, with Final Fantasy 16 and Tales of Arise following behind.
Tales of Arise climbs back into first place, with the rest of the top 10 mostly being dominated by upcoming Switch games.
Final Fantasy 16 has overtaken Tales of Arise in the Famitsu charts for the most highly anticipated upcoming games.
The upcoming RPGs rule the roost once more, with the rest of the top 10 largely being dominated by a number of upcoming Switch exclusives.
The RPG duo continues to dominate proceedings, with the rest of the top 10 largely being dominated by Nintendo Switch exclusives.
Producer Naoki Yoshida reveals that English voice recording and performance capture has progressed the most, with Japanese recording yet to begin.
The two action RPGs are separated by just four votes, while the likes of Bayonetta 3, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, and Elden Ring rank in the top 10 as well.
And once again, Bandai Namco's upcoming action RPG Tales of Arise tops the charts, with a lead of over 50 votes.
Though the game's scenarios are "set in stone" and its English voice recording almost finshed, producer Naoki Yoshida is still hesitant to show more of it just yet.
Meanwhile, the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild trails the pair in third place, with a gap of over a hundred votes from readers.
Meanwhile, Bayonetta 3 and the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild take the third and fourth spots respectively.
Known insider Navtra claims that Sony is preparing a dedicated event very soon, and suggests that Final Fantasy 16 might be present at the show.
Meanwhile, Bandai Namco's upcoming action RPG Tales of Arise once again takes the top spot, while Splatoon 3 breaks into the top 10.
Business as usual in the most wanted charts.
Trails behind Tales of Arise in the charts.
Resident Evil Village and Tales of Arise receive quite a few votes as well.
In Monster Hunter Rise's absence, Square Enix's upcoming megaton snags the top spot.
Business as usual in the latest weekly charts.
Business as usual for the weekly Famitsu charts.
While Monster Hunter Rise tops the charts yet again.
Monster Hunter Rise and Tales of Arise top the charts once more.
The upcoming RPG is currently announced only as a PS5 exclusive.
Tales of Arise and Resident Evil Village also ranked in the top 5.
And yes, Monster Hunter Rise tops the charts again.
The development team is also hard at work on the story.
Monster Hunter Rise takes the top spot once more.
Yoshida says they fear saying something half-baked.
Monster Hunter Rise and Tales of Arise take the top 2 once more.
Final Fantasy 16 climbs up to second place.
Monster Hunter Rise is still on top though.
Monster Hunter Rise tops the charts once more.
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A small bit of information on the how the combat works and the main protagonist.
The team continues to "create large-scale resources and build boss battles."
What does Final Fantasy 16's recent announcement tell us about what we should expect from the game?
An official teaser website with info on characters and the world will go live soon.
This would make it the first mainline Final Fantasy game to be rated M.
Square Enix's next big role-playing title is apparently closer than believed.
Piers Harding-Rolls notes that "timing and platform support is totally down to Square Enix's development efforts."
The upcoming action RPG is exclusive to the PS5, for the time being.
Battles and cutscenes from the trailer confirmed to be running in real-time.
The single-player action RPG is exclusive to PlayStation.
Apparently, it will be exclusive to PS5.
The director/producer still has a few years left on the successful MMO.
Someone give this man a budget, because he seems to have all the right ideas.
Even more than Final Fantasy 15?