Square Enix producer Hajime Tabata has revealed that the Final Fantasy XV Platinum Demo might be the last demo it gets.
The reason is straightforward enough; Tabata wants the Final Fantasy XV team to focus on Final Fantasy XV so they can ensure they hit the planned release date. However, he also explained that they have no plans to update Final Fantasy XV Platinum Demo, even in the face of complaints of multiple technical issues. As he explains, it takes a lot of effort to work on the demos. He further explains that Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae was also not supposed to received an updat.e Tabata implies here that the time they spend on the demos takes away from the game itself.
Tabata does assure fans that they will iron out the problems seen in on the final game. Actually, the Final Fantasy XV Platinum Demo was an experiment for the team. They used a dynamic resolution process on it, with full HD as the upper limit. As a result, the Final Fantasy XV Platinum Demoemphasized resolution over framerate.
As for consoles, Tabata assures fans Final Fantasy XV will be optimized for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. They have set aside the same specifications for each console. Their objective, with the optimization. is to make each console’s version of the game exactly the same.
Final Fantasy XV will be released on September 30, 2016 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can also read our recap of the Uncovered Final Fantasy XV event and learn more about the spin-off animated feature, Kingsglaive.