‘Final Fantasy 15’ Release Date Details, News & Update: Gameplay Details Finally Revealed, PC Release Possible in Early 2017; HDR Support Confirmed
The upcoming open world action role-playing video game, "Final Fantasy 15," has been a favorite subject of numerous rumors and speculations for quite some time now. Ever since the game was announced by game developer Square Enix, fans have been begging for more concrete details about the game. Now new reports have emerged suggesting that the 15th installment of the "Final Fantasy" franchise will support HDR or high dynamic range on Xbox One S.
Video game fanatics will certainly be treated with a new gaming experience once "Final Fantasy 15" comes out in November. Phil Spencer of Microsoft confirmed the report that the highly anticipated game title will definitely support HDR technology. "Final Fantasy 15" has already been confirmed back in September to support the same system on Sony's newest console, the PlayStation 4 Pro.
There are also other game titles that support HDR on the ultimate games and 4K entertainment system, Xbox One S, such as "Gears of War 4" and "Forza Horizon 3," which are both published by Microsoft. However, Square Enix's "Final Fantasy 15" won't be the first title from a third-party publisher to support the HDR feature, as NBA 2K17 from 2K Sports also does.
Meanwhile, in the delight of many fans, Square Enix has already provided several teaser materials about the much awaited "Final Fantasy 15." According to a report, Geek was given an opportunity by the game developer to play the first few hours of the game. The publication pointed out that there are awkward moments when East meets West during the first 5 hours of the game. Certainly, there will be some interesting gameplay once the company polishes the game before its scheduled release date.
"Final Fantasy 15" will hit the shelves on Nov. 29 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles. Although there has yet a confirmation from Square Enix, reports are circulating that the company is planning for a PC launching early next year.