Hajime Tabata explained that the Windows Edition of Final Fantasy XV will be particularly demanding in terms of performance. According to what it says, the machine used for the presentation of this Gamescom 2017 ran on an Nvidia GTX 1080Ti card which stopped at half the frame rate due. In truth, for this new version of the title, support for resolutions above 1080p and native resolutions at 4K and 8K is guaranteed along with HDR10 and Dolby Atmos surround sound technology. Here are his words about it:
Going to 60fps will be possible, but considering the specs you will need to get to that level (native 4K, stable HDR and 60fps) the machine we have here has not succeeded at the moment. It’s a GTX 1080Ti, and even with this 60fps isn’t possible.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will arrive on PC in early 2018 on Steam, Origin and the Windows Store. What do you think of this new version of the title?