The launch of Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition is just around the corner and PC gamers are eager to play the game, however, PC gamers will need to clean up quite a lot of HDD space if they want to play the game at 4K resolution as the game will take over 155 GB of HDD space on your PC.
Game director Hajime Tabata has rolled out another video for the community in which he revealed that Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition demo will roll out next week and also added that the game will have two sizes of installations.
According to Tabata, one installation size will be over 100 GB while the other installation size will be over 155 GB. The difference between the two will be the inclusion of textures that “are in full HD or 4K”.
Ever since current-gen consoles have launched the file size for video games have increased significantly and Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition will not be the only game to have an install size of over 100 GB has Gears Of War 4 also requires over 100 GB of HDD space.
In related news, the PC version of Final Fantasy XV will not use Denuvo DRM. This would come as a relief who were looking to buy the Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition as generally Denuvo is considered to drop game’s performance significantly.
Furthermore, according to the game director, Final Fantasy XV on PC is a generation ahead of the consoles version.
The reason why the PC version of Final Fantasy 15 will be way ahead of the console versions is that the PC version was developed from the ground up and that is why the PC version of the game has advanced a generation over the console versions.
Final Fantasy 15 is an open-world action adventure game developed by Square Enix for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and will launch on March 6, 2018, for PC.