'Final Fantasy XV' Rumors: PC Version Might Debut at Gamescom 2017; Crossover with 'Final Fantasy XIV' Teased!

By Miguel Paolo Togonon, | June 26, 2017

Final Fantasy XV is an action-RPG video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

Final Fantasy XV is an action-RPG video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

New updates for "Final Fantasy XV" will feature a crossover event with "Final Fantasy XIV" and an appearance at Gamescom 2017.

Square Enix announced that they will reveal more game details for "Final Fantasy XV" at this year's Gamescom event as they said that they deliberately withhold any new information for the sequel during E3 2017.

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Marketing manager Akio Ofuji said that Square Enix has plans for a lot of big stuff for the summer, and game director Hajime Tabata added that they wanted to share "good stuff" for "Final Fantasy XV" during the event.

Neither Ofuji or Tabata provided any hints about what these big plans for "Final Fantasy XV," but judging by their statements, it is sometthing that gaming fans will likely look forward to soon, Siliconera reported. It is safe to assume that Square Enix will likely tease more details for the sequel, probably has something to do with Episode Ignis or possibly the PC version of the game.

Tabata wanted a more "technically developed" version of "Final Fantasy XV, " something he estimated would take more than a year to do properly.

However, the idea of porting "Final Fantasy XV" to the PC is not just about improving its visuals and Square Enix is interested in seeing how the introduction of user-created content could benefit the game's experience.

Tabata explained that it will take one year for Square Enix to develop "Final Fantasy XV" on the PC platform and will likely launch sometime in 2018. PC users were adamant about having the game in the PC as they have created several petitions for it prior to its release in the PS4 and Xbox. Tabata added that he also want tackle mod creations and quest in the PC version.

In other news, Square Enix might tackle a special crossover event between "Final Fantasy XIV" and "Final Fantasy XV."

"Final Fantasy XIV"producer and director Naoki Yoshida told Kotaku that there is still a lot of work he wishes to accomplish before stepping down from his position. Yoshida tackled on a few topics that have been asked frequently from the game’s community, including whether or not a "Final Fantasy XV" crossover event is in the works, and if the MMO will ever be playable on other consoles such as the Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch.

Yoshida noted that the story is the key for "Final Fantasy XIV's" development and when asked how long he thought that accomplishing that specific goal would take, he replied that he thinks they would need at least another "two more expansions.”

As for the "Final Fantasy XV, " Yoshida stated that plans for these are moving forward, as the "Final Fantasy XV" team has settled down on their end. They feel that it is going to be rather hefty in volume in terms of the crossover.

Both teams will make an official announcement for the crossover, once they are able to get some visual references, available graphics and timing.

"Final Fantasy XV" is currently available for the PS4 and Xbox One.

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