‘Final Fantasy 15’ is Finally Heading to PC Early 2018

I’m not about to tell you the only thing that matters about gaming is how good a game looks, especially with how far removed that is from the truth, but what I am about to tell you is that I can’t wait for another second to see how gorgeous the world of Final Fantasy XV looks when it comes out on PC early 2018.

If you didn’t get a chance to experience the expansive world of Final Fantasy XV on console when it initially released on both PlayStation and Xbox back in November 2016, then chances are that’s all about to change. We all knew it was coming, but I don’t think there was a single one of us that pictured it landing so soon. “Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition” is without a doubt the most powerful version of the game to date, and features a plethora of enhancements to make sure the game feels and plays as immersively as possible.

Rattling off a list of new features, players will be able to dive head-first into the world of Eos in 4K high-resolution texture, with support for 8K gaming listed as well. Powered by Square Enix’ “Luminous Engine”, the studio is working closely with NVIDIA to add a suite of game-enhancing functions. From NVIDIA’s “Realistic Grass Simulation” all the way to their “High-Quality Ambient Occlusion”, the game is undeniably going to look gorgeous.

With the massive push for PC gaming currently taking place in areas such as Akihabara, this news is likely just as welcome here in Japan as it is internationally. It’s currently unknown what the minimum required specs are for your computer, but chances are it’s time for an upgrade. What are your thoughts? Are you excited to play “Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition”? As someone who had to make the trek to visit a friend every time I wanted to touch the game, this is more than welcome news to my ears.

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