Final Fantasy XV is coming to the PC on March 6th, benchmark on February 1st, final PC requirements

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition will be released on March 6th. The Windows Edition will feature the base game and over 20 game add-ons / DLC (downloadable content), as well as new features including an expanded map of Insomnia with new enemies and side quests and a first-person camera mode.

The publisher also revealed that a benchmark tool and instructions to help players optimize their PCs for the game’s launch will be available beginning February 1st. Among other things, Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition will support native 4K and 8K resolutions with HDR10 and DOLBY ATMOS along with ongoing mod support.

Here are the official and final minimum and recommended PC requirements:

Last but not least, Square Enix has also released some new screenshots for Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition that you can view below.

Enjoy!

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition: Official Release Date Trailer

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