Final Fantasy XV PC: Release date – everything you need to know!
Final Fantasy XV, or as we all know before was a ps4 exclusive, now coming to PC with enhanced graphics, NVIDIA hairworks powered game.
Final Fantasy XV is really coming to PC. While we always thought it would, Square Enix has now confirmed that a super-powered version of the console JRPG will arrive on PC in 2018. (Yes, too late) The original had a lengthy and turbulent development process but was well-received when it finally released. Yes!
It has also gone on to be updated with several amazing DLC packs that have transformed it from an interesting Final Fantasy title into a wonderfully online multiplayer game.
Final Fantasy XV system requirements:
Square Enix has yet to reveal what Final Fantasy XV’s system requirements are, but you need for sure a beefy system unit for a more relaxed 1080p experience, though, don’t expect to need a nuclear reactor: this did come out on PS4, remember?
Our closest glimpse of system requirements came in the form of a YouTube description on a launch trailer, but that video has since been removed from the platform. Twitter user Nibel managed to grab a screenshot below:
Monitor: 4K HDR
CPU: Intel i7 3.4ghz or Ryzen 7 1700
GPU: GeForce 1080Ti
That install file size seems notably crazy but could prove true if the cutscenes are all native 4K resolution.
That’s everything we know so far about Final Fantasy XV’s PC release. We’ll update this as new information is made available, be that through Chocobo
deliveries or the summoning or giant beasts with system requirements tattooed on their scales.