The Game Developers Conference is underway right now and it appears that Final Fantasy XV director, Hajime Tabata had something very interesting to show off. After months of talking about a PC version of Final Fantasy XV in interviews, we finally got to see a public demonstration of what the game looks like running on PC and how much further the graphics can be improved over consoles.
We already knew that there was a PC version of this game running at the Square Enix offices, though it was on an insanely powerful GTX 1080 SLI machine. The demo here uses Nvidia’s Luminos Pro engine and is running on a GTX 1080Ti powered PC.
The video itself lasts over two and a half minutes though do keep in mind that YouTube’s compression algorithm will hurt visual quality a bit. Still, it is easy to see the extra level of detail found in the open world.
Unfortunately, the Final Fantasy XV team has not confirmed that we will actually see a release of the PC version just yet. Still, there seems to be plenty of resources going into it so hopefully we will hear more news later this year.
KitGuru Says: Final Fantasy XV is a fun game but I would love the opportunity to finish it up on a high-end PC rather than a PS4. Hopefully we can get a release date or even official confirmation that the PC version will release sometime soon.