Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Is Coming To The PC In December

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII was meant to hit the PC this Spring. However, Square Enix delayed the PC version to Autumn as the development team needed a little more time in order to finish it. And today, the game’s producer Kitase revealed that the game will be coming to the PC sometime in December.

Here is the translated message via Google

“Kitase P is. It is a Windows PC version LRFFXIII development status reports. Currently are in the finishing stages until after a bit. And this still seems to be able release around December. Autumn said, while keeping you waiting, sorry. We will report more information soon.”

Here is hoping that Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII PC won’t suffer from all the performance and “porting” issues that plagued the previous Final Fantasy games.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is a direct sequel to Final Fantasy XIII-2, concludes the storyline of Final Fantasy XIII, and forms part of the Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries.

The game sports a revamped version of the gameplay system from the previous two games, with an action-oriented battle system, the ability to customize the player character’s outfits, and a time limit the player must extend by completing story missions and side quests.

Stay tuned for more!

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