Final Fantasy XV for all platform!
Fans of the Final Fantasy franchise can finally rejoice, the famous JRPG is coming to Windows PC and mobile. The game was so successful that Square Enix reported shipping 5 million units worldwide within the first twenty-four hours. This made Final Fantasy XV the biggest launch amongst all the other titles in the franchise. By January 2017, the game’s shipment had reached over six million units worldwide. It’s a little to no surprise that Square Enix is looking to expand the game’s horizon to other platforms too.
Journey with the boys in 4k or 8k HDR
During the Nvidia stage show, Final Fantasy XV on PC was not just a tech demo, it’s already a proper game. Running on an i7 6700 processor, a GTX 1080 Ti graphics card and 4k resolution, the game looked pretty damn good. The Windows Edition also includes a new first-person camera feature.
“We can say now that FF15 on PC supports native 4K and also up to 8K, as well as HDR 10. But we haven’t really revealed anything like minimum specs yet because we’re developing at such a high end which means we can’t really define it with current standards now. At some point we will publish the recommended and minimum specs, but we can’t say exactly what they are at the moment.”
However, the polish and vibrant world would no doubt look amazing on a high-end rig. We’re hoping that it doesn’t look too different when playing on a minimum specs station. Not everyone has rigged up desktop but I’m sure everyone wants to try this game out. The Windows Edition is set to release some time early next year in 2018. Check out the video below to see what the game looks like on ultra setting.
And then in your pockets
Besides getting a Windows PC version, the game is also heading to iOS, Android, and Windows 10 mobile devices. Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition will be coming out this fall, sometime in between September to October. The retelling of the game will in the form of episodic release. Subsequently, the game’s cast of characters is being remade into pocket-sized chibis too.The first episode will be available for free but you will have to pay for the rest. Check out the chibi-sized boys in the video above.
In total, there will be 10 episodes for the mobile port for the JRPG. The future certainly looks promising for Noctis and the gang. The expansive universe of Final Fantasy XV doesn’t stop right there, in a few months, you will get to go fishing with the boys. The PlayStation VR exclusive Monsters of the Deep: Final Fantasy 15 comes out November 21.