Final Fantasy XV PC jealousy vs PS4, Xbox One

By Alan Ng - Dec 5, 2016

We can see that console gamers are having a lot of fun with Final Fantasy XV on PS4 and Xbox One. Now inevitably, the focus has switched over to PC with Square-Enix previously saying that a PC version of Final Fantasy XV is under consideration.

For those that didn’t catch previous Square-Enix quotes though, the wait may be a long one until you actually see Final Fantasy XV available to buy on PC.

Game director Hajime Tabata said several months ago that a PC version of the game would take more than a year to complete because they would build it to specifically be superior to the console version.

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Above is some of the recent feedback we spotted from gamers after seeing the success of the game on console and wishing that they had their version to enjoy.

A year is a long time to wait of course, so are you willing to hold on for as long as possible or will you just bite the bullet and pick up a console version?

In a year’s time, we could be at the point when Final Fantasy 7 Remake is ready for release so let us know how you feel about this.

Are you fed up with the waiting for PC games each time or used to the console favouritism?

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Also See: Final Fantasy XV 1.05 patch notes with surprises

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  • Paul

    To be honest, I don’t see what the fuss is about, if and when it’s on PC, I might consider buying it at a lower price then it is on consoles at the time, still not bought GTA 5 yet because I’m waiting for it to drop to a price point less then it is on PS3 and Xbox 360, now if they released the game at a similar time to the console version, I might of been willing to pay full price for it, as it is, publishers and developers that play games with us consumers can fight it out on my Steam wish list for the lowest price point.

    At the end of the day, respect goes both ways, if you want to make good money on the PC, you have to respect PC gamers like CD Projekt Red or Blizzard does which make a ton from the PC market, the alternative is, a lot of PC gamers will buy games at rock bottom prices just to teach them a lesson.

  • Shirou

    “A year is a long time to wait of course, so are you willing to hold on
    for as long as possible or will you just bite the bullet and pick up a
    console version?”

    This is not an option for me, I have two choices here, either I wait for PC version to come out so I will be finally able to play, OR I get myself accustomed with the though that I might not play the game at all with 1% of chance that maybe 5-10 years from now one I will have ps4 (if it will have enough games that I’m interested in meaning 30+ or 50+ I won’t be buying a console for 1-2 games as it won’t be cheap even at that point) and then will probably get the game somewhere for almost free (like used copy or something). From SE point of view they will either earn money from my when they release it on PC or they won’t earn any money at all and that’s client lost.