Final Fantasy XV is without a doubt a grand game of its own. It may not be the best installment in the franchise, but its potentials are a way to reach the top. However, as what most enthusiasts suggest, this game can even soar higher if Square Enix brings it to the PC platform. While there's yet to be confirmation or whatsoever, it seems the studio is actually heading in that direction. Or, at least, that's what their GDC video presentation says so.
The hit title has since arrived at Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. It was launched on the consoles sometime in late November 2016. Ever since though, the PC community has been wondering if they'll get to have the chance to play the game in their world. After all, with such gameplay and combat system, this title is worth checking out in the said platform.
According to Tom's Hardware, the director of Final Fantasy XV Hajime Tabata unveiled a video at the recently concluded Game Developers Conference. In its most organic form, the footage featured the entire process of the development team for the title. This includes their works on incorporating realistic lighting effects as well as creating near-perfect facial reactions. Heck, they even worked on making the in-game food seemingly mouth-watering to the eyes.
In the middle part of the aforementioned video, it discusses a partnership that existed between tech giant Nvidia and Luminous Studio Pro. It's worth noting that the latter is the same engine used by Tabata in creating Square Enix's tentpole title. After which, a much interesting part of the video was shown. It showcases the various elements of gameplay. What's so cool about this? Well, these were all captured when the game was running on the newly-introduced GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.
From there on, different angles of Final Fantasy XV was shown while the highly talked about video card was used. From the combat play to the in-game scenery to even a detailed rendering of a cat -- all of these looked promising than ever. This was later on uploaded on the official YouTube channel of the studio. All in all, it's safe to say that the game definitely needs to arrive at the PC platform.