Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition Demo Dated, Bonuses Detailed

Allan Goodman
March 1, 2018

Interested players can now start the download on all the digital platforms on which this edition will be released, that is Steam, Origin and Microsoft Store.

There's no word yet as to what the demo includes, but it should give you a taste of the full adventure that awaits when the game arrives.

Speaking to Dengeki Online, Tabata has revealed in the run-up to the release of the Windows and Royal editions of Final Fantasy XV that the development team want to end the game with four more episodes of DLC content, in addition to the four that are already available.

We know that the first new episode to release for Final Fantasy 15 will focus on Ardyn, but Tabata and Square Enix haven't let the cat out of the bag on who the other three will be.

The Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition Playable Demo can be found here, and it requires about 20GB of space on your system, so make sure you've got that set aside before you get started.

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The company commented that high-resolution textures will be activated automatically depending on your PC. The Windows 10 version of the game will also be able to transfer saves from the Xbox One version and will be able to play with Xbox players in the multiplayer mode Comrades.

Including "Episode Ardyn", four new "Episodes" are being produced into 2019.

These items can be equipped in both the single-player campaign-letting you deal with the weird sight of seeing Final Fantasy XV star Noctis cosplaying as Gordon Freeman-or in Comrades, the game's online multiplayer mode.

Take into account that the title will be well optimized upon arrival on PC.

Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata recently had an interview with portal 4Gamer. You can pre-order at that link as well.

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