Final Fantasy XVI on PS5 is going to be a special case. Out of the fact that it would continue to be developed without the console, Square Enix appears to be considering including an online leaderboard to compete with the players.
The most recent issue of Famitsu magazine (via) includes additional information about the final Fantasu game, such as what we are talking about.
@aitaikimochi has shared this online table on Twitter, which, depending on what you see, will allow users from all over the world to play against each other for a "endless game."
Impressions from Final Fantasy XVI
Naoki Yoshida, your producer, mentioned that Final Fantasy XVI would include a challenging NG+ mode for players to carry all of their game's statistics with them; nothing new, though, but it's a wonderful experience.
The mode is called "Final Fantasy Mode," and as compared to the first game, it will take longer to complete. "That will probably add additional game hours," said the speaker after the event.
In the second game, the program's director, Hiroshi Takai, has added this to the leaderboard, establishing a scoring table for those who earn the most "attack" points based on their attacking performance.
Video games will compete in the physical store or on the PS Store.
According to Takai, this will give players endless hours of gameplay as they may compete with other users based on their "attack" points.
Yoshida mentioned in passing that the game has a story and battles, since the story lasts around 35 hours without skipping scenes, and that he takes advantage of the passage to confirm the 11-hour cinematic experience in the main story.
However, the producer of the game states that players should spend 70+ hours completing everything.
Audrey's response to this article is quite impressive, although Square Enix has confirmed that Final Fantasy XVI does not include the Luminous Engine or the Unreal Engine in addition to a main theme performed by several vocalists.
Sony has actively participated in the development, perhaps that's why they encourage you to play Final Fantasy XVI on PS5 in the future.
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Final Fantasy XVI for PS5 has a few new details about your history and/or online leaderboard.