‘Final Fantasy XV’ Latest News & Update: Square Enix Planning PC Version For 2018; ‘Final Fantasy 7’ Remake For PC Also Possible?

By Laine Lucas , Updated Dec 09, 2016 06:41 AM EST

Gamers have been busy playing with the fresh Square Enix release, "Final Fantasy XV," and most are eager to know more about the game and get the best experience. But now, talks of a new "Final Fantasy 15" PC version have surfaced, making PC owners exicted.

"Final Fantasy XV" is currently a console-only game that runs impressively on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PS 4 Pro. But somehow, gamers believe that Square Enix should make a PC version of the title. According to Tweaktown , "Final Fantasy 15" belongs to PC and it's the only way that the game can reach its true potential.

It appears that Square Enix might be planning to bring "Final Fantasy XV" to PC. VGLeaks' anonymous source recently shared Square Enix's plans for the "Final Fantasy" franchise. It detailed the many surprises that the game publisher is preparing for the franchise's 30th anniversary next year. There were mentions of various "Final Fantasy" games but none is more noteworthy than the PC versions of "Final Fantasy 15" and possibly "Final Fantasy 7" Remake.

News about "Final Fantasy XV" making its way to PC does not come as much of a surprise since Square Enix had hinted that there are plans for it - it's just that the company never really made a public confirmation. But according to the new leak, "Final Fantasy 15" will indeed be ported to PC but fans may need to wait until 2018 before it happens.

The bits of information on the leaked Square Enix roadmap may be wonderful news for all "Final Fantasy XV" fans but it should be noted that the details have not been verified. In addition, the source remained anonymous so all information should be taken with a pinch of salt. In the meantime, you can check out more updates about "Final Fantasy 15" by staying tuned to GamenGuide.

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