Square Enix latest addition to  their, legacy gaming series of Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy XV is going to be released for the PC, on March 6th 2018 a demo for the game is available for free The Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition Playable Demo can be found here, and it requires approximately  20GB of space on your system, so make sure you’ve got that set aside before you get started.

Here are the full details for the demo, straight from the product page:

“Get a sneak peek into how it all starts with the demo version of FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION. (Spec may differ from the product version.)

Take the journey, now in ultimate quality. Boasting a wealth of bonus content and supporting Native4K(3840×2160px) ultra high-resolution graphical options and HDR 10, you can now enjoy the beautiful and carefully-crafted experience of FINAL FANTASY XV like never before.

(The main difference to the product version is that sub-quests have been disabled.)

  • The download size for the FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION PLAYABLE DEMO is 21GB. The High-Res 4K textures are included in this demo and are turned on or off automatically depending on your hardware specification.
  • In the final product, High-Res 4K textures will be an optional download and can be toggled on or off by the user.
  • Please visit here for more details on the recommended hardware needed to optimally use these textures.


Final Fantasy XV is still available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, it will be coming to PC on steam March 6th 2019.


Date published: 27/02/18

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source: (1) Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition [Steam] (2) Final Fantasy XV [Official Website]

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