Final Fantasy XV” picked up a lot of attention when it released last year on the PS4 and Xbox One. Despite its 1-year development period, Square Enix managed to pull through and deliver a game with amazing graphics and simple gameplay, yet with a flawed story. Nonetheless, the game became a financial success, and Square Enix is still looking for ways to improve the game. Moreover, they’re even making new versions for different platforms.

Chibi adventures with the bros

According to Twinfinite, Square Enix recently announced: “Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition” for Mobile Devices.

Those who have always wanted to play the game, yet lack the console can now pick up the Pocket Edition to play through the story. With that being said, the graphics and art style have been changed and optimized for mobile devices. Instead of the realistic visuals, Square Enix has opted for a chibi style instead.

Despite its changes, the game will include the entire cast from the mainline series. Moreover, “Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition” will also contain the main plot of the game, complete with voice acting. Combat, on the other hand, has been streamlined with simple touch controls that are also optimized for phones. While you might not get the same action from the main game, expect a good amount of battles that should contain the same mechanics during fights.

This version will include ten episodes, with the first one being free. It’s still unsure how much the remaining episodes will be, but this spin-off will officially launch this Fall for Windows 10 mobile, iOS, and Android.

Enhanced PC version

That aside, the game is also getting an enhanced PC version next year. This is an improved edition of the main title and will support a plethora of Nvidia features.

Square Enix has been teasing a PC version of the game for quite some time now, and they finally announced at Gamescom 2017. The PC port will include Nvidia GameWorks technology and other things that will improve the overall graphics like Nvidia Flow, Nvidia ShadowWorks, Nvidia Turf Effects, Nvidia HairWorks, and Nvidia VXAO.

That’s not all as the game will even support GeForce Experience so you can record every moment of your adventure. From there, you can share your clips online and what not, so it’s something to look forward to. There’s still no release date for the game, but it has a rather large store file, so keep that in mind if you’re looking into this version. “Final Fantasy XV” is now playable on the PS4 and Xbox One.