Square Enix has just confirmed – via Final Fantasy’s Twitter account – that Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be indeed coming to the PC. Like all other Final Fantasy games, Type-0 HD will be released on Steam. Square Enix did not reveal any addition information about the PC version (other than it will feature new graphical options and improved battle & camera controls).
2015 MSI Computex Gaming Night??FINAL FANTASY?? HD?PC??Steam?????????? ?????????????????????
— FINAL FANTASY?? (@FinalFantasyJP) June 2, 2015
Since Type-0 HD is indeed coming to the PC, we believe it is safe to say that Final Fantasy XV will also be brought to the PC. In fact, and since Square Enix has been experimenting with DX12, we are pretty sure that FF XV’s PC version will support this new API.
While the publisher will be hosting an E3 conference, we believe that such an announcement won’t be happening during this upcoming event.
Our guess is that Square Enix will reveal FF XV’s PC version at this year’s Gamescom. That, or it will wait until its console version is out (though this seems unlikely given the fact that FFXV won’t be coming anytime soon).
Square Enix also plans to release an update version of Final Fantasy XV’s demo, so here is hoping that the publisher will surprise everyone and also bring it to the PC. Now that would be glorious.
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae 2.0 will be coming this June on current-gen consoles.
Stay tuned for more!