When Final Fantasy XV came out at the end of November 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, many players wondered if Square Enix would make a PC port.
Since in the past few years they have released a pile of their older PC games, it was not so questionable, but the main question was how much they will need for its development.
The answer is about 16 months, but judging by the first reaction of the players, it is good that the development team has taken enough time to do a fair job. The last few Square Enix ports for the PC, despite the old games, were disappointing, so this is good news for all those who were skeptical.
The PC version of this game carries the full name Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, brings a number of improvements and includes all the content that has come out for consoles.
First of all, we will mention the features of the PC version, and here’s what Square Enix stands for: 4K resolution support with the ability to adjust graphic options up to 8K, support for HDR 10, the ability to create modes through Steam Workshop, Tobii Eyetracking integration and AlienFX integration.
In short, the new console version, as well as this for PC, includes everything that has now been released in the form of DLCs and Season Pass with some add-ons such as first-person view mode, expanded map and Royal Vessel boat management capability.
Finally, Square Enix prepared a trailer for Windows Edition, which you can see below the text.
This version, like the Royal Edition, is available at a price of 49.99 euros, and those players who bought the original on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One can only buy Royal Pack Upgrade at a price of 14.99 euros.
You can buy a PC version via Steam, Origin and Microsoft’s store, and you will find the console versions on PSN.