Fans of the Final Fantasy franchise will be happy to know that Square Enix has confirmed the Final Fantasy XV PC release. The game is going to be released for PC a year after it came out for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The official announcement was made at the Gamescom event in Germany. A new trailer was revealed during a press conference by NVIDIA.
“With the help of Nvidia, we are creating a stunning visual experience,” said Hajime Tabata, the director of Final Fantasy XV.
The title coming to the PC is going to be called Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition. High-resolution textures are promised for the game as well as support for Dolby Atmos sound, enhanced grass, hair, fluid, fire, and smoke simulation, advanced shadow algorithms, and more.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will allow gamers to screenshot 360 degree high resolution images in the game with up to 63360 x 35640 pixel resolution. They will also be able to play it in first-person.
NVIDIA has provided Square Enix with the developer tools and source code to update the gameplay experience for the PC version of this title as needed. This partnership between the two companies adds a new feature to the game called ShadowPlay Highlights. This feature will allow them to automatically record gameplay, edit clips, and upload them to websites like YouTube.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will be released in early 2018.