Earlier this year, Square Enix and XPEC Entertainment released Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition for iOS and Android smartphones that features a touch-based interface and a simpler art style. Today, the title comes to Windows 10, so those who want to play the game from the comfort of their PC chair can also join in.
Options you’ll want check out in the game’s settings are the ability to up the graphics (default isn’t the best,) and the option to toggle 60 frames-per-second.
The first chapter of the game, which ends shortly after the events in Galdin Quay, is free to play. Additional chapters will cost money (see the pricing chart below.)
You can watch us play the first hour of the game below: