The updated requirements were revealed via Windows Store and shows that the game will be playable even on a modest gaming PC.
The new system requirements for Final Fantasy XV was updated recently on the Windows Store. While you would need a really powerful rig to max this game out, the minimum requirements are reasonable, requiring a GTX 760, 8 GB of RAM and i5 2400/AMD FX 6100 processor. To meet the recommended requirements, you would need a GTX 1060, 16 GB of RAM and an i7 3770/AMD FX 8350. Since it is an older version of i7, perhaps a newer i5 processor would also be a good fit.
The game will reportedly support 8K resolution and HDR10 which means that this will be the definitive version of the game graphically. The PC version of the game will also bring with it a new first-person mode which allows players to see the world of Eos through the eyes of Noctis.
While the game hadn’t lived up to the lofty expectations of many fans of the series, it was still well-received at the time of its release. The game should release for the PC sometime in early 2018.