Final Fantasy XV is now available on the Xbox One. This impressive game features action-heavy combat, innovative gameplay, and immersive graphics that will definitely push the limits of modern hardware, with gameplay imagery so real that they literally transport players into another dimension. In the game, you’ll take control of the protagonist Noctis Lucis Caelum as he travels across the world of Eos with his three companions.
Final Fantasy XV is available on the Xbox One and PS4 consoles. Although many fans have asked Square Enix to also add PC support, it appears they have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on the game.
Final Fantasy XV could eventually come to PCs
Actually, Square Enix should soon start focusing on bringing Final Fantasy XV to PCs sooner rather than later. Hajime Tabata, the game’s director, confirmed in an interview that he and his team were thinking about a PC version of the game. He added that they would focus more on that as soon as the console version of the game was out.
We are thinking about a PC version. But until we’ve got the console versions finished, we really aren’t gonna think anymore about that. That really is our top priority and one thing we’re not gonna bend on is getting those console versions finished on time.
Now that Final Fantasy XV is available on consoles, Tabata and his team can start working on bringing the game to PCs. Square Enix should reveal more information about these plans in the near future. Actually, Tabata also said that the PC version won’t be a simple port, but a ‘full vision’ of FFXV.
Meanwhile, you can let the developers know that you really want Final Fantasy XV on PC by upvoting the game on this Steam thread.
Many potential buyers are very interested in Final Fantasy XV and are looking forward to getting their hands on this game: “I’m ready pay to get this game if they make PC version. Why just Console players can enjoy perfect game like this ? PC players love it and want to play it too.”
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