The second trailer for Final Fantasy 16 was originally supposed to be shown off in March, but Naoki Yoshida delayed it because of the war in Ukraine.
Up until last week, it had been close to a year since we'd seen anything on Final Fantasy 16, despite those working on it saying that it was close to completion.
The game's producer, Naoki Yoshida, even said that a trailer had been finished for some time and that the team was waiting to show it off, although he didn't give any context at the time as to why it had been held back.
Related: Why Are Games Refusing To Learn From Final Fantasy 7 Remake? As reported by VGC, Yoshida spoke to Dengeki Online following the recent release of the second trailer, and revealed that the trailer had originally been set for March, but that it had been delayed indefinitely because of the war in Ukraine, which started gaining more media attention towards the end of February as the conflict increased.Read more on thegamer.com