Final Fantasy 16 Has Been Banned From Releasing in Saudi Arabia
The Saudi Arabian Public Authority for Media has taken to Twitter to announce that Final Fantasy 16 will not be released in Saudi Arabia.
The tweet reads, “For fans of the #FinalFantasyXIV game, we would like to clarify that it has not been released in the Kingdom, due to the publisher’s unwillingness to make the necessary modifications.” Presumably, this means that the game is also unlikely to release in the United Arab Emirates.
Over the years, Saudi Arabia has banned a wide range for a variety of different reasons. These reasons include; violence, gambling, nudity, sexual themes, use of drugs and alcohol, and more. Popular games banned in Saudi Arabia include the God of War series, the Grand Theft Auto Series, The Last of Us Part II, and more.
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