Retail copies of Final Fantasy 16 appear to have actually leaked early, so fans are preparing for full-on spoiler lockdown.
Currently, the extent of the leakages is unknown. A picture of someone clutching a sealed retail copy of Final Fantasy 16 in what appears to be a storage facility is making the rounds. It follows, of course, that whoever took the picture would take it home and start playing the game a full week before it officially releases.
Take note that Final Fantasy XVI’s first copies are already being sold. The spoilers will soon arrive, and as is common with major games, some will attempt to give away deaths and key plot points. Much attention… One week is left, and this is just getting started. pic.twitter.com/vRA9sYPkUnJune 15, 2023
Despite the fact that many people are pointing to 4chan as the image’s source, I have been unable to identify it. Additionally, I have not been able to find any evidence that actual spoilers have started to circulate at this time. Fans are getting ready to avoid social media until any acceptable leaks have had a chance to circulate.
As GundamV31 writes on Reddit, “Time to delete YouTube, that place spoils me more than anywhere else.” “If it’s not the titles, assholes utilise, it’s the thumbnails.” The person in question is not alone.
Which’s Final Fantasy 16 into the soft words list, can’t be handling spoilers after such an interesting start to the story.June 15, 2023
Are there any physical copies of Final Fantasy 16 anywhere? You all need to leave this site as of June 15, 2023.
I have already said this before for past video game leaks, but this time, I’m totally serious: I’m abandoning this site till FF16 releases. I’m still not in the mood to let this one get spoiled for me. June 15, 2023
You can play the Final Fantasy 16 demo to experience the first few chapters of the game and enjoy at least one story twist before some idiot on the internet spoils it for you if you want to protect yourself from at least two hours’ worth of spoilers. And while you count down the days till release, it will give you a few fresh reasons to like Torgal.
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