The FFXV Windows Edition does come with additional goodies to entice newer customers, in addition to its already released paid DLCs. One example would be that buyers on Steam are able to get the Half-Life pack which contains Valve’s signature Half-Life costumes and Gordon Freeman’s favorite crowbar. Together with the new features, we will also look at how well the PC port is as well as what are the benefits you will be gaining over the console versions.
Questing & Convenience
However, this style is an abrupt departure from their typical turn-based strategy titles in the past and has unsurprisingly gotten some flak from older fans. Still, it is a welcome change to newer fans of the Final Fantasy titles that prefer something more action-packed.
Like a cat and good food, FFXV is addictively fun. With the only complaint of the game being its odd controls in the menu, FFXV is definitely one great PC port. Better graphics and only minor performance optimization issues makes the Windows Edition a superior game in general. However, it does require a somewhat beefy system to run at 60 FPS and PCs with poorer specifications would have a hard time keeping up. With future DLCs planned for the title, and a few patches already added to the game, FFXV is looking to be a great pick up in 2018.