Video-game streamer, interpreter, and Japanese financial specialist Audrey, who goes by @aitaikimochi on Twitter, has uncovered new interpretations concerning Final Fantasy XVI. The new interpretations uncover that the game is “enormously coming to fruition,” recommending the title is further into advancement than generally accepted, and that the new trailer for the game is finished.
was on a stream about NieR Re[in]carnation. In light of Audrey’s interpretation, Square Enix maker Naoki Yoshida, otherwise known as Yoshi-P, uncovered in a Nier Re[in]carnation stream that another trailer for FF XVI ought to drop “soon.” Yoshi-P determined that various variables force the declaration to be deferred. Yoshi-P likewise said that the dev group of FF XVI is at present dealing with cleaning and troubleshooting the game. In spite of the fact that Audrey initially deciphered one of Yoshi-P’s statements as Final Fantasy XVI being “essentially finished,” she explained that the strict statement is “it’s significantly coming to fruition.”
Audrey further explained that Yoshi-P’s statement ought not be taken as affirmation that Final Fantasy XVI is finished. Audrey brought up that there are numerous snippets of data about FF XVI that recommend the game is in its last progressive phase, yet the game actually needs to go through the investigating stage, which can take time.
In any case, Audrey took Yoshi-P’s assertion on the NieR stream as recommending that the game is practically finished beside all the bug fixes testing actually required. Yoshi-P is vigorously associated with various Square Enix projects, filling in as chief for Final Fantasy XIV and is a maker of Final Fantasy XVI.