After Square Enix confirmed the PC version of the open-world action role-playing video game “Final Fantasy XV,” the video game developer revealed its PC requirements. But, FFXV enthusiasts were confused because of the stiff requirements. However, the details of the game’s PC version were incorrect.

In an interview with “Final Fantasy” director Hajime Tabata with Kotaku, the game director revealed that the 170GB of free space required for the game’s PC version was a mistake. Tabata stated that it was a miscommunication. The memo was based on the specs that the video game developer demoed and not for the PC version.

With Square Enix rolling out the PC version in early 2018, the game director stated that there’s a possibility that the specs will be changed. The video game developer confirmed that the PC version of “Final Fantasy XV” will utilize Nvidia graphics card.

Square Enix global brand manager, Raio Mitsuno, claimed that the gameplay of the “Final Fantasy XV” PC version would likely resemble the gaming consoles. Mitsuno also said that the graphics of the Windows version would be much better, in which its native 4K support can boost up to 8K. However, Mitsuno clarified that since the video game company is still developing the game’s Windows version at such high end, the company has yet to announce the official specs at a later date.

Square Enix and Ubisoft’s partnership

Meanwhile, Square Enix and Ubisoft have announced a bizarre partnership to bring the worlds of FFXV and “Assassin's Creed” together with downloadable content (DLC). The companies’ collaboration will start on August 30, in which FFXV players with the Dream Egg will be given an Assassin suit for Noctis.

On August 31, the free Festival DLC of “Assassin’s Creed” will roll out to FFXV.

Free DLC and special items

The collaboration between these video games is going to bear fruit that several enthusiasts have been craving for. UbiBlog Communications Senior Manager, Giancarlo Varanini, made it known that fans of both video games can expect the free DLC and special items later this month.

The “Assassin’s Creed” and FFXV collaboration also features Noctis and Bayek’s new piece of artwork. Square Enix teased that the participants in the limited time event DLC will be given exclusive items.

Nevertheless, the team-up between Square Enix and Ubisoft started three years ago at the Tokyo Game Show. It seems the admiration for each other’s work resulted in collaboration.