The system requirements for the upcoming Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition have been revealed via the Microsoft store. Surprisingly, the minimum requirements are not too hefty so even some more dated rigs should be able to handle the epic fantasy JRPG.
For the minimum requirements, you’ll need a GTX 760 graphics card, either an i5 2400 or FX 6100 processor, and at least 8 gigabytes of RAM. As for the recommended specs you’ll have to have a GTX 1060, an i7 3770 or a FX 8350, and last but not least 16 gigabytes of RAM. Considering the GTX760 released a few years ago, most players who own gaming computers should be able to at least run Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition on lower settings.
A PC port of Final Fantasy XV was announced back in August over the summer at Gamescom. It’ll reportedly support 8K resolution and HDR10 whereas the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X versions use checkerboard resolution to achieve 4K on both consoles. The director behind XV, Hajime Tabata, said that his team was also looking into the possibility of adding a level editor to the game.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will be available sometime in early 2018. The game is also available right now for Xbox One and PS4.