Before flashing back to Clive’s youth as a prince of the Grand Duchy of Rosaria, the prologue introduces you to Clive.
As you progress, you will be able to take on one or two of the game’s excellent boss battles, as well as experience some pretty dramatic story beats. able to pick up your save game at the end of the prologue when the game is released.
Completing the prologue, according to a PlayStation Blog article, unlocks a “special battle demo” that will offer you a taste of Clive’s powers later in the game. This appears to be the same demo Polygon played earlier this year, which wowed us game’s fighting mechanics, which have been enhanced by Devil May Cry 5 designer Ryota Suzuki. This section of the demo does not store your progress, but you may replay it as many times as you like.
Final Fantasy 16 will be published exclusively for the PlayStation 5 on June 22.