PlayStation has announced a new State of Play livestream for this Friday, with a heavy focus on the upcoming PS5-exclusive Final Fantasy XVI.
The presentation will reportedly contain over 20 minutes of footage from the game, though PlayStation hasn’t announced whether any other titles will feature.
Take a look at the Aussie times below to see when you catch this State of Play:
PlayStation State of Play Australian Times
The Final Fantasy XVI-focused PlayStation State of Play is happening on Friday, April 14th in local time.
7.00 AM AEST (Melbourne/Sydney/Hobart/Canberra/Brisbane)
6.30 AM ACST (Adelaide/Darwin)
5.00 AM AWST (Perth)
9.00 AM NZDT (Wellington)
You’ll be able to watch the stream on PlayStation’s YouTube or Twitch channels.
In the PS Blog announcement for the stream, PlayStation simply says, “From the moment Final Fantasy XVI debuted in our 2020 PlayStation 5 Showcase, fans around the world have eagerly awaited details on the game’s dark fantasy setting, the powerful Eikons and the Dominants who house them, and the flashy battle system teased in those early trailers.”
We recently played a few hours of the game at the Square Enix offices in Tokyo, and said in our in-depth preview, ”
Regardless of the session having a more narrowed focus on combat and Eikonic battles, the two-and-a-bit hours I spent immersing myself in Final Fantasy XVI has painted a reassuringly positive picture. It’s been in good enough hands this whole time that I’ve always felt rather confident in the game to really bring the single-player Final Fantasy experience back into good stead, but knowing what I now know and playing what I played I’m almost certain that this will be the Final Fantasy to truly wow the world once again.”