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#Final Fantasy XV” was one of the most highly-anticipated games before it launched back in November 2016. The 10-year development period gathered plenty of hype and tired fans, but it still managed to release on the PS4 and Xbox One. Needless to say, the game became a financial success, despite its obvious flaws in both gameplay and plot. #Square Enix had been previously teasing the game for PC sometime now, and they’ve finally announced a Windows edition of the game.

PC port arriving soon

It was inevitable as Square Enix is slowly taking advantage of the PC gaming scene. According to Gematsu, the company has finally announced that the latest installment in the “Final Fantasy” series is coming to the PC early next year.

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The game will come with Nvidia GammeWorks technology and other PC installments which will supposedly improve its graphics and include better physics. Inline with this, the PC version will include things like Nvidia Flow, Nvidia ShadowWorks, Nvidia HairWorks, Nvidia Turf Effects, and Nvidia VXAO.

Similarly, “Final Fantasy XV” for PC also supports GeForce Experience so you can record every gaming experience. With that being said, it’s obvious that Square Enix is trying to push the realism and graphics as usual really. While they’re trying to fix the game’s convoluted plot, it’s only natural for them to prioritize how the game will look on the PC.

Noctis and his companions

For those who haven’t played the original game, the plot centers around a prince named Noctis who’s traveling with his three other companions – Prompto, Ignis, and Gladio – to meet his fiance, Luna, and finally get married to ease political tensions.

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Along the way, however, they discover that their home kingdom was destroyed by the opposing forces with the King dead and many presumed Noctis and his fiance killed.

From there, Noctis strangely embarks on a #Road Trip to save his kingdom and reclaim his throne. The plot takes many twists and turns with many loopholes and unexplained scenes. Moreover, it was believed that the game had gone through “developmental hell” after being scrapped so many times, hence its 10-year period. There’s no denying the game’s stunning visuals, but the content was pretty much lacking, and everything felt like a fetch quest. Moreover, the game takes a major nosedive once you arrive on chapter 9, so that’s something to keep in mind. “Final Fantasy XV” is currently available to play on the PS4 and Xbox One, and will come to the PC early next year.