Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition and Royal Edition Out Now

Posted by | March 07, 2018 | News, PC, PlayStation 4, Video, Xbox One | No Comments

This week Square Enix has released the highly anticipated PC version of Final Fantasy XV. You can find it on Steam, Origin, and the Microsoft Store in Windows 10. Watch the new launch trailer above.

The Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition comes up with a host of updates, goodies, and all the DLC released over the last year. Console players looking to take advantage of these updates can purchase the stand alone Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition. Both are priced at $49.99.

Existing console FFXV owners can upgrade to the Royal Edition via the digital Royal Pack, available on the Microsoft Store and PlayStation Store for a reduced price ($14.99).

Both the Windows Edition and Royal Edition include several new features, including a new first-person camera mode and all season pass content, including the multiplayer expansion Comrades. Players can explore the newly expanded map of Insomnia City Ruins with new quests and enemies, as well as enjoy fishing aboard the Royal Vessel boat as you explore the area between Cape Caem and Altissia.

Exclusive to the Windows Edition are high-resolution options for up to 8K support, HDR 10 support, and mod integration through the Steam Workshop. The first example of modding will be presented with the Half-Life Pack, which is included in the Steam version of Final Fantasy XV.

Final Fantasy XV originally launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November 2016 (read our review). It received numerous DLC packs and updates throughout the last year. It’s rated T for Teen with Language, Mild Blood, Partial Nudity, and Violence.

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