PC users, your wishes for Square Enix to release their latest Final Fantasy adventure, Final Fantasy XV, is set to come true early next year.
Coming early 2018, the PC version will be loaded with NVIDIA GameWorks technology and other advanced PC features adding cutting-edge graphics and physics simulation technologies with support for NVIDIA’s capture and share tools.
It’s described as the definitive version of Final Fantasy, with the windows edition boasting a wealth of bonus content from the console versions originally available through the Season Pass and free updates, while the addition of a new first-person mode allows a more immersive experience than ever before. Hajime Tabata, Director of FINAL FANTASY XV at SQUARE ENIX stated:
With the help of NVIDIA, we are creating a stunning visual experience in FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION, one worthy of this beloved franchise. NVIDIA pushes the pace of innovation in our industry, and that benefits gamers and developers alike.
It will include support for the following:
- NVIDIA Flow – to create dynamic, combustible fluid, fire and smoke.
- NVIDIA HairWorks – to create dynamic, life-like hair and fur for characters, animals and monsters that inhabit the game.
- NVIDIA ShadowWorks – to enable characters to cast shadows on themselves.
- NVIDIA Turf Effects – to create dynamic grass and vegetation in the game environment.
- NVIDIA VXAO – adds depth and realism based on the physics principles shadows and light.
- NVIDIA Ansel an in-game photography tool that allows gamers to compose shots from any position, adjust with post-process filters, capture HDR images in high fidelity formats, and share screenshots in 360 via a smartphone, PC or VR headset.
- NVIDIA ShadowPlay Highlights automatically captures a gamer’s greatest gaming achievements in video and screenshot and enables seamless sharing through social channels.
Check out the trailer (in 4K!, note: you need a 4K device to get the true trailer experience) and tell us if you will get the PC version via the comment section below.