Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition announced for mobile devices

Otis Hoffman
August 23, 2017

Square Enix showcased the PC version of Final Fantasy XV at this year's Gamescom event, and "Just Another Gaming Site" has shared a video showing 12 minutes of 4K gameplay footage from it.

Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy 15 is launching on mobile platforms this fall.

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The news follows hot on the heels of yesterday's announcement that Final Fantasy XV is receiving a PC version. Series producer Hajime Tabata had some choice words that make it seem like it could come to fruition. This version of the game will also include all Season Pass and free update content already released for the console version, with the addition of a new optional first-person mode for a more immersive player experience.

Tabata doesn't know whether we can expect mods at launch or a little bit later down the line, but he did mention that he'd like to include them as quickly as possible.

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As the name suggests, this is the mobile version of Final Fantasy XV.

Do you think the game could run on Nintendo's system? The PS4 and Xbox One versions of Final Fantasy XV aren't exactly top performers; there are some serious framerate issues there at certain points of the game. A tick down in framerate is pretty much a sure thing, and we'd see some noticeable reduction in particle effects, draw distance, anti-aliasing, and textures.

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If Square Enix manages to pull this off then it would be a great news for Nintendo Switch. Yes, you read it right.

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