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Final Fantasy 16 Will Have a Day One Patch Despite Square Enix Suggesting Otherwise

Final Fantasy 16 is basically going to give all other games a day one patch, even though Square Enix has previously suggested otherwise.

according to reports MP1STFinal Fantasy 16 producer Naoki Yoshida has confirmed that the game will receive an update of around 300 megabytes upon release. pre-launch livestream.

This contrasts with comments from director Hiroshi Takai, who said the developer has no plans to release a day one update in to game informerTakai said this was because the team had confidence in the final build of Final Fantasy 16 and wanted the game to be accessible even without an internet connection.

Yoshida and the development team eventually apologized for including the day one patch, but noted that it was not a required download, that the game was fully playable without an internet connection, and that it was included in the digital preload. A copy that clearly states that the

Of course, this update is relatively small and costs almost nothing compared to other recent examples. Already his one single-player game, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, required dozens of gigabytes of updates on day one and was unplayable in any format without an internet connection.

Final Fantasy 16 update fixes a few minor text errors, performance optimizations in several places, and fixes a backend bug that stopped progressing or caused a crash in very specific circumstances. It will be fixed.

The game will be released on June 22nd, but Square Enix has warned that spoilers may already be leaking online due to “illegal acquisition” of physical copies. Fans looking to indulge themselves, however, can dive into the playable prologue, where progress from the demo carries over to the main his game.

Ryan Dinsdale is a freelance reporter for IGN. He will talk about witchers all day long.

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