PlayStation Japan Accidentally Announces Forspoken Demo
PlayStation Japan has accidentally revealed the announcement of a demo for Square Enix’s Forspoken on December 9.
The official Twitter account for PlayStation Japan revealed that Forspoken will receive a demo, and that the announcement in this regard would be made during an 11 minute stream that is said to show off new gameplay. The aforementioned stream will take place on PlayStation’s official YouTube channel this Friday, Dec 9 @ 10am PT / 6pm GMT.
— れんか (@Renka_schedule) December 8, 2022
No details are available regarding the availability of the Forspoken demo, though fans won’t have to wait for long, as the stream is set to go live in the next few days. Previously, some game journalists had some hands-on time with the game via a behind-closed-doors playable demo. The upcoming public demo, which is likely to be available on both PSN and Steam, may end up being the same one that the press had previously played.
Forspoken is a new action role-playing game from Luminous Productions and Square Enix. It is set for release on Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 5 on October 11, 2022. The gameplay is centered on smooth and fast terrain traversal, according to director Takeshi Aramaki. It’s billed as a “narrative-driven adventure” that involves players traveling to any location at any time.
Frey, the protagonist, has a wide range of magical powers at her disposal, and she’ll get experience points after each battle engagement. Frey’s cloak may be improved to boost her battle effectiveness and attributes, and adding nail paint grants her unique skills. In order to regain health, the player can craft items or rest in a secure spot. A “breakstorm,” a scenario akin to horde mode in which waves of demonic monsters arise and assault Frey, may occur while the player is exploring the game area. The storm will come to a stop when a specified boss figure appears.