We’re sorry if we spoil the surprise… But it’s not our fault, we promise: a new demo for the game Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin was spotted on the PlayStation Network, an addition cleverly spotted by the PlayStationSize digital storefront sniper on. This demo, about which nothing has yet been communicated by Square Enix, could then be one of the announcements of tonight’s State of Play, the brand’s livestream. playstation…
In any case, this is what the timing of this discovery suggests. This demo for Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin was added to the PlayStation Network online platform today, and although it is not yet available for the general public to download, its technical details have already been revealed by expert leakers. It would thus weigh 35.7Gb: we cannot recommend too much to those who are waiting for the title to clean up on the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 hard drive, just to be ready when the demo goes online.
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin could be talked about tonight
If it’s pure speculation, there’s still a good chance that this demo will go live during State of Play, Sony’s announcement livestream, which is scheduled to air this evening at 11 p.m. French. As the Japanese firm said, this State of Play will be exclusively dedicated to Japanese video games – and when we counted the relationship between Sony and Square Enix, we would not be surprised if this demo couldr Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin don’t enjoy a surprise outing.
It would then be the third demo for the action-RPG from Square Enix. Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin presents itself as an alternative reinterpretation of the first Final Fantasy game on the NES, this time with grimdark fantasy sauce cooked by none other than Team Ninja, the experts in beat’em’all and the action game that hits where it hurts. The output of Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is scheduled for March 18 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.