Square Enix’s Forspoken Delayed to 2023

On January 24, 2023, Square Enix will release their forthcoming action-RPG Forspoken. Developer Luminous Productions revealed the news on Twitter and stated that it came about as a consequence of “ongoing conversations with important partners.”

Fans can rest assured that the game is “in its final polishing phase,” the developer assured. It’s probable that the decision has been made to delay the debut of the new IP in order to avoid conflict with other significant gaming launches.

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A second presentation of the game would take place “later this Summer,” according to the notification of the delay. On October 11th, Forspoken was initially scheduled for publication. The game was originally scheduled to take place on May 25, however, there was a delay before that. By the way, the initial notice announcing the delay also stated that the additional months will be spent polishing the game.

In order to achieve the “best quality visuals ever” in an open-world game, Luminous enlisted the help of Uncharted creator Amy Hennig and Rogue One writer Gary Whitta at different stages of the production process.

The game will emphasize magic, parkour, and quick action while starring Frey, a young lady who is transported from contemporary New York to the fantasy world of Athia. There are still several editions of the game scheduled for preorder, despite the delays.

2020 saw the announcement of the PS5 and PC game, but after then, little has been heard. In a hands-off preview from last year, we noted that the game, which is primarily being developed by Final Fantasy 15 staff, has an “off-kilter take on the JRPG formula” and “looks more like an open-world RPG in the vein of Assassin’s Creed and The Witcher than anything I’ve previously seen from Square Enix.”

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