Final Fantasy XV PC Specifications and Graphical Features Revealed
Square Enix confirmed that Final Fantasy XV PC version is coming in 2018. The game is releasing with 4K and 8K graphics support which means it needs a major gaming rig to run. According to specification for Final Fantasy XV, players would need a GTX 1080Ti combined with a core i7 to run the game at the optimal setting.
- Monitor with 4K and HDR support
- GTX 1080ti or equivalent graphics card
- Processor Intel Corei7 3.4GHz or Ryzen 7 1700
- RAM 16 GB
- Headphones surround channel 5.1 / 7.1
- Disk Space 170 GB.
Square Enix made the announcement at partner Nvidia’s press event during Gamescom, adding further that the port will be available for Windows 10, Steam and Origin. Game director Hajime Tabata has long expressed a desire to see the game come to PC. Working together with NVIDIA on Final Fantasy XV PC version they are quite happy to see a quality outcome of the game, in terms of graphical enhancement.
Final Fantasy XV PC version will be capable of running the game in 4K with the addition of new graphical features such as advanced hair simulation, VXAO ambient occlusion, NVIDIA Turf effects, NVIDIA HFTS algorithm mapping, NVIDIA Hairworks, NVIDIA Flow and NVIDIA Ansel. A new level of immersion for the PC players. The game supports high-resolution option with native 4K (3840 x 2160) and HDR 10. Resolution can also be configured to support up to 8K.
Thanks to NVIDIA, players will get to experience the beautifully detailed and well-crafted world of Eos like never before. According to sources Square Enix has not mentioned any minimum requirements for the game yet. But we believe that to sell more copies of the game, it has to reach the masses. For that, the game has to work on lower resolution and settings as well.
Final Fantasy XV PC (Windows Edition) players will get to acquire all the previous content from the console version, including all DLCs from updates and paid DLCs added later, via a season pass. Players can also explore the world of Eos through Noctis’s eyes in an all-new first-person mode.
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