Today we have some good news and bad news. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD has finally landed on Steam, after launching on the Xbox One and PS4 months ago. However, the game has a rather unfortunate 30 frames per second cap by default, which is pretty disappointing.
We also have the system requirements for the game on the PC, with minimum requirements calling for a Core i3 CPU, 4GB of RAM and a GTX 560Ti or an AMD Radeon 7790. On the recommended side, you will need a Core i5 CPU, 6GB of RAM and a GTX 750.
PC specific features include:
- Upgraded graphics resolution options
- Improved in-game battle camera
- Controller support
- STEAM achievements and trading cards
- Scalable motion blur settings
- New Character speed boost
- Increased blood levels from the original PSP version
- Customizable dynamic screen shot mode
Unfortunately, the 30 frames per second lock is not mentioned on the store page, this is something you have to find out for yourself upon buying the game. Now there could be a good reason for the 30 frames per second cap, after all, the game did originate on the PSP and it may be the case that the frame rate is tied to the physics of the game. However, it would still be nice to know beforehand.
You can buy Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on Steam for £19.99.
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KitGuru Says: I was looking forward to playing this on the PC, particularly with its action-oriented combat system. However, I’m just not a big fan of 30fps locks, I’m a bit of a frame rate diva. Maybe some modders will dig around the files and find a way to unlock the frame rate at some point.