Latest Final Fantasy XV demo, called Judgement Disk, was the biggest one as it allowed players to go through the first chapter of the game. Besides the general quality, players have found a lot of Final Fantasy XV bugs in the demo, posting videos and screenshots on the internet. Even Square-Enix knew about this question, so Hajime Tabata decided to apologize on Twitter for the issues, claiming that there’s no need to worry about them.
“Thank you for playing the demo. Talking about bugs, we are already fixing them and plan to offer an update to users able to apply patches. There’s no need to worry about it, we will identify the frequency of the bugs and make fixes as fast as possible.”
Besides Final Fantasy XV bugs, people want Final Fantasy XV to get released for PC, even if it that’s not for easy for Square-Enix.
This question was addressed by director Hajime Tabata during an interview with Vida Extra, and he claimed that the team is currently focused on the console versions of the game and it would take almost a year to make it PC playable.
“If we really started working on a PC version of Final Fantasy XV, our aim would be to make a better game than what we have now on consoles. We could say that this would take the team more than a year of work. We should adapt the engine and everything concerning the game system.”
So, at this moment Square-Enix is not interested in making a PC version of Final Fantasy XV. We’ll probably hear something more about it in the next months, with the game already out.
Final Fantasy XV is scheduled to release on November 29, 2016 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.