Final Fantasy is currently a full-on Chocobo racing game, out of 2022

Final Fantasy is currently a full-on Chocobo racing game, out of 2022

Square Enix declared today another passage in the Final Fantasy establishment, yet it probably won’t be what you anticipate. It’s a dashing game called Chocobo GP and it’s out on Switch one year from now.

This new dashing game appears to be a kart racer in a similar style as Mario Kart of Crash Team Racing, yet featuring a huge cast of Final Fantasy characters. In the trailer, it seems the main genuine guideline for this occasion is that your vehicle should have wheels. Appears to be available to cheating and is likely too dubious to even think about upholding, yet sure, whatever works for you Square Enix.

In the video delivered during the present Direct, we see characters like Shiroma, Vivi, and a Chocobo.

Players will actually want to alter their karts with new parts and elements. During races, players will gather catalysts giving them a benefit in the race. Hello, uh, have you at any point knew about a game called Mario Kart? Simply checking! Floating will be a piece of this impending kart racer as well, allowing players to alternate quicker with a bit of expertise and practice.

During the Direct it was uncovered that the game will uphold 64-player online competitions.

This isn’t whenever we’ve initially seen FF characters show up in a dashing game. Thinking back to the 90s, Chocobo Racing for the PS1 was delivered offering comparable interactivity to other kart racers of the period. This new game, which will be selective to Nintendo Switch, seems, by all accounts, to be an otherworldly replacement to that unique game.

No particular delivery date for this charming kart racer was uncovered during the Direct, past the unclear delivery window of 2022. Anticipate additional news on this impending racer from Square Enix and Nintendo in the coming months. Meanwhile, you can play Mario Kart 8 on Nintendo Switch and simply imagine there are some Final Fantasy characters simply off-screen.

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