During a livestream on Tuesday, Forspoken creative producer Raio Mitsuno said the company is rolling out an improved version of the PS5 demo of the game, which was released in early December. “Today we’re releasing an update to the Forspoken demo,” he said. “We’ve been listening to everyone’s reactions and feedback on the demo, and during this time we wanted to do everything we could to make it as fun as possible”. The updated demo adds button he mapping functionality.
Keeps locked enemies moving off-screen locked, adjusts certain text sizes, and fixes “various technical issues.” It will be fixed. Square Enix also revealed the minimum, recommended, and Ultra PC system requirements for the game, posting them in a tweet embedded below. These were announced alongside the release of the trailer for his new PC features above. Announced in June 2020, Forspoken is the debut title for Square Enix’s Luminous Productions. Last July, the publisher announced the postponement of his second game. Forspoken’s release date was originally scheduled for May 2022.
But from October he’s been pushed back to January 24, 2023, and he’s been pushed back three and a half months. Square Enix has announced that his Forspoken, which will be available exclusively on his PlayStation console for at least two years, will offer “the highest quality graphics ever in an open-world game”.