Square Enix confirmed yesterday that Final Fantasy 15 will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30th. Game director Hajime Tabata has said that if the game is coming to PC at all, it will be after the console launch.
Speaking to Engadget, Tabata said Square Enix is not currently developing a PC version but it may consider doing so given the strength of demand for the game.
“Unfortunately, we weren’t able to do simultaneous development on a PC and console version for [FF]15,” he commented. “We had to focus on the console version and our goal was to maximise, optimise everything for the HD consoles. Once that’s done, then we will definitely take a good, hard look at PC and what we need to do, and consider all our options. But right now we aren’t decided, we’re still considering a lot of things.”
A new demo is available today for Final Fantasy 15 on PS4 and Xbox One, details of which you can find here. Last night, Square Enix also announced CGI movie Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy 15, starring Aaron Paul, Lena Headey, and Sean Bean. A five-episode anime series spin-off, Final Fantasy 15: Brotherhood, will also be released.
Collector’s editions were also announced last night and include the Day One Edition, the Deluxe Edition, and the Ultimate Collector’s Edition. Purchasing any of these editions on the Square Enix store will earn you special rewards.
There’ll also be a pinball game, Justice Monsters Five, on iOS, Android, and Windows 10.
You can find all the details from last night’s Final Fantasy 15: Uncovered event here.