Final Fantasy franchise is getting a fresh air with the 15th chapter, as it should help players forget everything bad Square-Enix did with Final Fantasy XIII. The worst part of it all is we won’t see a Final Fantasy XV PC version anytime soon.
Director Hajime Tabata was interviewed by Vida Extra and he claimed that the team is currently focused on finishing the console versions and it would take almost a year and a lot of effort to make a PC version of this game:
On that hypothesis, if we really started working on a PC version, our aim would be to make a better version of what we have now on consoles. We could say that something like this would take us more than a year and a lot of effort. We should work to adapt the engine, which is very laborious, and from there to develop its course
Of course hope is the last to die and Square-Enix could even consider to develop a Final Fantasy XV PC compatible once the console versions are done.
However, if you are a proud Xbox One S owner looking to buy Final Fantasy XV, just know that the game will be released with HDR support as confirmed by Phil Spencer on his official Twitter account.
Definitely, Final Fantasy XV could totally change the idea we have of the series and with its good looking graphics and new solid gameplay, it surely will be bought by a lot of players.
So save the date, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV is scheduled to release on November 29, 2016 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.