Hiroshi: “Fantasy 16” takes 35 to 40 hours

Japanese director Hiroshi Takai, director of “Final Fantasy 16”, revealed on Wednesday that the game takes between 35 and 40 hours to complete its story.
“There are cinematic scenes that take more than 11 hours…all of them are seamlessly intertwined, allowing the player to be immersed in the story,” Hiroshi said in a special statement to “Jimatsu”, a website specialized in news of electronic games.
He added, “The only thing that was important to us…was telling a complete story from beginning to end…We think we succeeded in producing that.”
Final Fantasy 16, the action and role-playing game, will be available on June 22, on PlayStation 5.

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