Final Fantasy XV looks and runs great on PC once you’ve downloaded it all
Some interface quirks remind you it was built for controllers first, though.
It took quite a while for Final Fantasy XV to finally make its way to Pc—almost a year and a half after the console launch, to be exact. But in the end it made it over, and as of yesterday you can find the game on an oddball selection of storefronts, including Steam ( go.pcworld. com/ffst) (sure), the Windows 10 Store ( go. pcworld.com/ffwe) (okay fine), and Origin ( go.pcworld.com/ffor) (...what?). A non-ea game on Origin? Pretty sure that makes Final Fantasy XV the Dr. Pepper of video games.
Anyway, I’ve barely dipped my toe in. The game’s reputedly around 100 hours long and I’m on hour four, so there’s quite a bit of road trip ahead of me. It’s at least enough time to formulate some opinions on the state of the PC port though.
In short: It’s great, for the most part. Performance is solid at least, which is likely to be