Final Fantasy XV director, Hajime Tabata, has opened up about the future of the upcoming RPG. Speaking with JeuxVideo, as translated and reported by DualShockers, Tabata says that Square Enix plans on announcing extra content later this Summer. He also stated that the developer doesn’t want “ordinary DLC.” The plan is to create “enthusiasm” among the fans.
One of the things that Tabata touched on was the PC version of Final Fantasy XV. The current plan is for the game to release on consoles for now. However, fans shouldn’t rule out a PC version of the game. Tabata said he hopes the computer edition can “push the game to a new technical level,” according to DualShockers’ report. He is hoping that the PC version will be able to push the limits of the game much more than the console versions.
With the above being said, PC players won’t be receiving a port of the console versions. Tabata says that Square Enix will be taking its time and doing proper research so the company can make the right decisions about the technical abilities of a PC edition.
Recently, Square Enix released the Platinum Demo of Final Fantasy XV. Fans have been making comments about the frame rate in the demo and calling it less than stellar. Tabata commented to these fans and said that team is optimizing the frame rate issues for the final version of the game.
Final Fantasy XV launches on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in September. Expect to see more of the game (and a possible finalized release date) at E3 in June.
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