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Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, Royal Edition, now available

Final Fantasy XV Costumes Are Coming To The Sims 4 Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, Royal Edition, now available
Sherri Watson | 07 March, 2018, 17:44

Square Enix has released Final Fantasy XV's Windows Edition for PC and Royal Edition for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

A fully-controllable Royal Vessel boat - Expanding the world of Eos and allowing players to explore the area between Cape Caem and Altissia.

All Season Pass content - including Episode Gladiolus, Episode Prompto, the Comrades multiplayer expansion, and Episode Ignis. It features 4K resolution with HDR support and can reach a maximum frame rate of 120FPS.

AlienFX Integration - Allows for a more immersive experience with lighting effects tied directly to in-game action on Alienware peripherals.

Square Enix assures potential buyers that the Windows Edition is a quality port, explicitly detailing PC-only optimizations such as full mouse and keyboard support, widescreen 21:9 display support, and support for Windows Sonic, among others. Not only does it include today's new content, but it also features all of the previously released DLC all on one nice package.

Steam throws in bonus content in the form of Half-Life 2 crossover costumes that allow you to play in the likeness of Gordon Freeman, the protagonist of Valve's famous shooter series. 3DM was also able to crack the game thanks to its lack of Denuvo anti-tamper and anti-piracy security software that can usually prevent cracking up until a few months because of its complex security algorithm.

Players who already own the original game and season pass can purchase all of the Royal Edition content for £11.99 on Xbox One and PS4, if you don't fancy picking up another copy.