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Sony recently hosted another PlayStation 5 showcase, and whilst it was predominantly about new gameplay and trailers for the upcoming next-gen console, Sony also revealed the official launch date and price for the PS5.
The incomprehensible world of Final Fantasy XV is coming to a sad, sorry end. Square Enix hyped and hosted a special event to…. announce the cancellation of any further development on Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition.
Final Fantasy XV is already one of the most demanding games ever released on PC, but Square Enix’s Takeshi Aramaki, technical director and lead programmer on FFXV, is considering patching in real-time ray tracing effects a year after the game launched on PC.
Square Enix has updated the official Final Fantasy XV benchmark test place with benchmark results from the upcoming GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards. much to the chagrin of reviewers slavishly adhering to Nvidia’s strict embargoes.
The official Final Fantasy XV ‘Mod Organiser’ is being released on June 7th. Using this tools, players will be able to implement mods in FFXV, allowing users to change the appearance of characters, enemies, weapons, and more.
Just when we thought we had the definitive edition of Final Fantasy XV on PC, Square Enix somehow manages to trot out an entire extra year’s worth of content for its boy band road trip JRPG.
AMD has squeezed out yet another graphics card driver, this time taking a look at the performance of Final Fantasy XV on Radeon GPUs once again.
Square Enix’s high profile cock-up with Final Fantasy XV which allows users to simply use the demo’s executable to circumvent the Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM protection on the full game has one decidedly nice perk - it means we can test exactly how the performance of FFXV differs between the Denuvo-protected version and a DRM-free version of Final Fantasy XV.
AMD’s arrived with its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.3.1 graphics card driver just in the nick of time for Final Fantasy XV’s PC launch. It comes with all the official support for Square Enix’s JRPG, including last-minute performance optimisations and frames per second improvements on Radeon GPUs, making it a must-download for those looking to pick FFXV up later today.
UPDATE: In a classic bait and switch, Final Fantasy XV's Steam store page has been updated to reveal that Square Enix's highly anticipated JRPG will in fact use Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM.
Just over three weeks ago, Square Enix cooked up a benchmark tool for Final Fantasy XV that certainly had a few people worried. There was stuttering, issues with culling and LOD, and Nvidia's dreaded GameWorks features. But did we actually have anything to worry about?