Final Fantasy XVI: 3 reasons why it could break previous record
The most anticipated Final Fantasy XVI continues to excite fans all over the world. With so many new additions and updates toi the game in the upcoming edition, there are some reasons why we think Final Fantasy XVI could be a break-through season breaking all records of the previous seasons.
3 reasons why Final Fantasy XVI could break previous records
Design and development
Final Fantasy XVI could break all records as the darkest moments are not hidden anymore using pixelated art but are shown with the full power on the PS5. The design and development in terms of colours and graphics are more interactive in Final Fantasy XVI with a more immersive in-game and real-world approaches. These graphics will help Final Fantasy XVI break from traditional seasons of the franchise.
Dubbing and voice developments
In the upcoming Final Fantasy XVI, the developers have broken free from the traditional franchise in terms of its voice lines, facial capture, and mocap. The developers Square Enix , usually do all the production in Japan before other countries, and then later dubs all the characters in English. However, in this season the developers had earlier revealed that it this time around it was first recording in British English. This small development may help Final Fantasy XVI break away from previous seasons by setting a more relatable vibe.
Clive’s Background Story
The new Final Fantasy XVI depicts Clive’s background and his character is a very different aspect as compared to the previous seasons. Clive is still shown as a “chosen one,” but not in a heroic manner. Being a member of the Dominant of the Dark Eikon Ifrit, Clive posses some innate evil in him. In this season, he may fight it or may choose to be nuanced than good vs. evil. He is shown to be a Warrior of Darkness in Final Fantasy XVI. The earlier seasons depicted that players from Warriors of the Light often oppose the Warriors of Darkness, the new season dares to differ from the traditional versions.