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Square Enix Reveals Footage Of Final Fantasy 14 Running On PS5

We’ve finally got to see fow Final Fantasy 14 runs on the PlayStation 5 thanks to Square Enix.

As spotted by Gematsu, the game’s producer and director, Naoki Yoshidashowed, showed off 16 minutes of PS5 gameplay footage during Square Enix’s latest Letter from the Producer livestream.

Apart from looking absolutely stunning, the PS5 version of Final Fantasy 14 comes with framerate improvements, faster load times, 4K resolution support, DualSense haptic feedback, new trophies and 3D audio support, according to Square Enix.

Owners of the game on PlayStation 4 can avail of a free next-gen upgrade for the game – dubbed the Upgrade Edition – when the open beta goes live on April 13 alongside Patch 5.5, titled Death Unto Dawn. If you’re looking to buy the game directly for your PS5, be sure to check out the free trial which will be available to buy after the open beta ends.

Final Fantasy 14’s Patch 5.5 will come in two separate parts; the first one comes out on April 13 and includes the third chapter of the YoRHa: Dark Apocalypse. This alliance raid is inspired by Yosuke Saito and Yoko Taro’s Nier franchise.

The patch will also conclude the latest storyline that has been building since the ending of Shadowbringers in patch 5.3. The latest expansion was released in the summer of 2019, and Endwalker will follow this fall.

With a game as immense as Final Fantasy 14 – which is also part of one of the most popular video game franchises ever – a robust localisation team would be required to make the game perfect for fans across the globe.

In an interview with the game’s localization team, one member spoke about how they aim to do justice to every version of the game they put out. “We often discuss the story and the game mechanics with the translators of the other languages, making sure to share relevant information,” they said. “It’s important to keep certain aspects─such as the spelling used for the various named characters and locations─consistent across English, French, and German, and we take the input of the other languages into consideration. One example of this is the naming for many of the Elezen characters, which is based on French names, so the French team will check that everything sounds suitably natural.”

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