PC gamers have been awaiting the chance to get their hands on the latest main entry in the Final Fantasy franchise, Final Fantasy XV, for over a year now. Not much longer to wait, though. The PC version of the open-world JRPG can now be pre-ordered from Steam, Origin, and the Microsoft Store for $49.99.
The PC version of Final Fantasy XV not only comes with the base game, but also all of the previous downloadable content, including the additional story scenarios Episode Gladiolus, Episode Prompto, Episode Ignis, and the Comrades multiplayer expansion. Not only that, but the PC version also promises to be the best looking version of the game, with native 4K and HDR10 support.
Of course, you’ll want to know if your PC is capable of getting the most out of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition. Thankfully, Square Enix have released a benchmark tool for the game that allows players to optimize their PC in preparation for the game’s launch.
Depending on which service you use to pre-order Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, you will be treated with a different downloadable pre-order bonus. The Microsoft Store is offering the “FFXV Powerup Pack,” which contains the Dodanuki sword, along with 10 phoenix downs and 10 elixers. From Steam, you can get the “FFXV Fashion Collection,” which will give you four different stat-enhancing T-shirts. And a pre-order from Origin gets you the “FFXV Decal Selection,” which contains a set of decals for the Regalia car.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition launches March 6.