A correct playable demo of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is coming subsequent week, containing the RPG’s first chapter, following the current benchmark tool. A demo! In this point in time! Bless their hearts. Square Enix have talked quite a bit about desirous to do the PC model proper, mods and all, and so they do appear to be going for it. They’re even teaming up with iconic PC chap Gordon Freeman, including the Half-Life hero’s HEV swimsuit, glasses, and crowbar to FFXV’s Steam model. Well, he’s not utilizing them, is he?
First, the demo. It’ll arrive on Monday, February 26th, and supply the sport’s full first chapter. I consider that’s earlier than Noctis and the lads get to only pootle round carefree and hang around on their highway journey, consuming glistening meals, however hey it’s a full chunk of the sport.
Onto Gordo. Squeenix have nicked Freeman’s togs and added them to FFXV (not for the demo, thoughts). His orange HEV swimsuit, crowbar, and glasses will likely be provided to everybody who buys the sport by May 1st, so not just for pre-orderers. Noctis can put on them within the marketing campaign, and your multiplayer characters can use ’em too. Look at this fella:
The Freemanarama is just for the Steam launch of FFXV, thoughts. You might alternatively purchase the sport by way of Microsoft’s Store or EA’s Origin however don’t? Though Microsoft’s launch is appropriate with Xbox One saves, if you wish to carry yours over, and might play multiplayer towards Xboners.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is due out on March sixth, priced at £35/€50/$50.
We have an interview with FFXV director Hajime Tabata developing tonight, adopted by a preview of the sport tomorrow. For now, let’s see Tabata in a brand new video replace, sporting a headcrab hat as he talks in regards to the demo, Gordo’s garb, and the sport’s arduous drive house necessities (that’s 100GB for traditional, 155GB for the flowery 4K model):