First Final Fantasy 15 is just a few days away from releasing on PC and with it come a few minor modding options, such as changing civilians into iconic Cactuars. However, the first actual First Final Fantasy 15 modding tool for the game is set to launch this May/June, letting you create or change existing skins.
The news comes from an interview of Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata with GameWatch, also revealing that there will be more modding tools coming in the future. He stated:
“For now, let me first create a character. After that we are planning to implement a level editor in the tool so that we can create quests. I’d like to decide how to extend it further after completing the current schedule.”
As we see it, Final Fantasy 15 is going to be a completely different experience than its console versions, something that Square Enix has already confirmed. Considering how much more powerful a PC is over regular consoles these days, it’s no real surprise that the Final Fantasy 15 PC version has a ton of new stuff on it that wasn’t on the console versions.
The Final Fantasy 15 Demo is already available for download and will require somewhere around 21 GB of HDD space. The reason why the demo requires so much space is that of the 4K textures are included in it. The demo will feature the game’s first chapter but, there will be no sidequests included. The Demo is available on Steam.
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.
Final Fantasy 15 is an open-world action adventure game developed by Square Enix for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and will launch on March 6, 2018, for PC.