Final Fantasy XV Will Be Going Full HD @ 60 FPS On The PS4 Pro

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Do you play certain games because of the graphics, or do you play it more for the storyline? Obviously having a game that meets both criterias would be ideal, and the good news for Final Fantasy XV gamers is that if you plan on playing the game on the PS4 Pro, you might want to keep an eye out for the next update to the game.

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During an Active Time Report livestream held by Square Enix the other day, it has been revealed that there will be an update coming to the game on the 21st of February, 2017. This update will be boosting the graphics of Final Fantasy XV on the PS4 Pro where it will be getting Full HD support and also see its framerate improved to a buttery smooth 60 fps, although as Square Enix notes, it won’t always be at 60 fps which we guess is fair.

If this sounds familiar, it is because last year Square Enix had announced the improvements which apparently was scheduled for a release in December, 2016, but we guess for whatever reason it has been delayed and will now see a 21st of February, 2017 instead, but better late than never, right?

As it stands Final Fantasy XV is only available on the PS4 and Xbox One platforms, although the game’s director Hajime Tabata recently expressed his interest in seeing it arrive for the PC in a bid to unlock the game’s full technical potential.

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