During this year’s Game Developer’s Conference, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata might have further confirmed a PC version for the game.
Tabata revealed (via PCGamesn) a “technical experiment” (featured above) conducted with Nvidia involving the Luminous Studio engine on the recently announced GTX 1080Ti. Using Final Fantasy XV as a base, the demo showed off improved procedural generation, better AI, and environment destruction.
When pressed as to whether or not this meant a PC version of the game was coming, Tabata said “No comment” with a smile. He was asked what viewers were just shown in the demonstration, to which he said “Hmm, tech tests.”
While this isn’t a confirmation of a PC version of Final Fantasy XV, Tabata previously teased a PC version of the game, emphasizing that both he and the team want to showcase the game running on high end PCs, and even allow for modding.
Final Fantasy XV is available now on PS4 and Xbox One. In case you missed it, you should check out our written and video review for the game here.