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Final Fantasy XV on Project Scorpio Seems to Be On The Cards, Hajime Tabata Wants It!
We found out a couple of days ago that Final Fantasy XV uses dynamic resolution on both the current generation consoles and with those visuals it is going to offer 200 hours of gameplay! If that sounds over the top to you, imagine for a second how amazing it would be to have Final Fantasy XV on Project Scorpio!
So what if Square Enix and Hajime Tabata go on to develop an upgraded version of the game specifically for these mind boggling specs of the Project Scorpio?
Upgraded Final Fantasy XV on Project Scorpio is Something Hajime Tabata Wants
In a recent interview, Tabata-san revealed that although he found out about Scorpio at E3 2016, it would be “really great” to do their game specially for it because it appears to have “quite a lot of potential.”
He was saying that he would rather see something running on the upcoming console from Microsoft before making his mind, but this is certainly on the cards:
I think that did sound like something that’s got quite a lot of potential. It’d be really great though if we could have Final Fantasy XV something we can play on the current-generation Xbox One and PS4, also give them that choice that when the new, stronger-generation hardware comes out, to have them play at that level as well. I’d really like to be able give them that…
He basically wants “people who have hardcore 4K TVs” to play the game unlike everyone else.
Whether Final Fantasy XV on Project Scorpio becomes a reality or not, we are already digging the gameplay shown at E3 2016, and will be clocking all 200 hours in the game for sure!