Square Enix released this “Trail Version” on Sunday, but those that downloaded it were unable to actually launch the game. Thankfully, anyone that downloaded the demo before it was fixed will only have to install the version 1.03 patch to get it working.
If you’re even remotely interested in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin — and you’ve managed to get a PS5 — then we’d recommend trying the demo out. Team Ninja, as it did with both Nioh and Nioh 2, will be using feedback from the Trail Version to improve the final product.
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin Trial Version will be available until June 24, with the full game releasing during 2022.
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