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Peter Triezenberg
Final Fantasy XV Coming to Windows PCs in Early 2018
Now with even more fabulous hair.
08.21.17 - 9:27 AM

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XV will be making its way to PCs early next year with the Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition. Bundled with all of the game's downloadable content and featuring a number of visual enhancements courtesy of NVIDIA, Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is set to be the "ultimate" version of the latest numbered Final Fantasy title.

According to director Hajime Tabata, "with the help of NVIDIA, we are creating a stunning visual experience in Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, one worthy of this beloved franchise" According to Tabata, NVIDIA pushes the boundaries of technology in the games industry, which benefits both game developers and players.

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Square Enix also released a new key visual and trailer for Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, which you can check out below. There are also a few new screenshots you can take a look at in our gallery. If you didn't think Noctis and the bros' hair could get any more fabulous, well, prepare to be amazed!

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Stay tuned to RPGFan for any and all updates on Final Fantasy XV.


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