Final Fantasy 15 PC Version Is The Ultimate Version Of The Game

Saul Franklin
February 23, 2018

A free playable demo of Final Fantasy XV is arriving on February 26, Square Enix has announced.

"Not only will you be able to fully explore the tutorial and enjoy the opening main quests but you will also be able to test your PC to see how well FFXV Windows Edition will run on it and how high you will be able to push the graphics options", states a post on the Square Enix blog.

Final Fantasy XV will be coming to Windows 10 in a little over a week and Square Enix has announced that a free demo version of the game will be made available a few days before launch. And it just so happens that the one for Steam features a Half-Life pack which includes a Gordon Freeman costume, his glasses and crowbar. In fact, most people assumed that the next time we would hear about the silent scientist would be something Half-Life 3 related.

You won't be able to do any Gordon Freeman-like actions, but seeing him teleporting around and slashing things left and right is sure to be a ton of fun.

Final Fantasy 15 PC Version Is The Ultimate Version Of The Game

The bonus will be available to all Windows Edition owners on Stream through the Workshop associated with Final Fantasy 15.

If you purchase the game from the Microsoft Store, your selection of bonus items is decidedly less exciting, with Phoenix Downs and Elixirs up for grabs as well as a sword for your trouble.

Final Fantasy XV WIndows Edition releases on March 6.

When you want your dose of Final Fantasy XV, who's the Gamer Professionals writer you call? But if modding isn't really your bag, Square Enix have also been hard at work pushing the game well beyond what's possible on current-gen consoles.

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