But the game’s director still won’t comment on a release for the platform.
We already know that the PC version of Final Fantasy 15 is coming- although Square has not yet started work on the PC port, they have admitted that they are interested in doing it. Final Fantasy 15 is also a game that has had a lot of technical tests on PC behind closed doors at Square. And during his panel speech at GDC yesterday, Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata brought some of those tests to the open for the first time.
In context of the launch of the GTX 1080 Ti, Tabata showed off the game running on PC, mentioning how nicely it plays with Nvidia’s new tech. “The latest technology that Nvidia offers enables us as game developers to create the possibility which is not simply about an evolution in visual appearance, but also to create new user experiences and greater emotional depth for players. We are going to continue working on some various tech tests so please keep your eyes open for more information coming out from the partnership between Luminous Studio Pro and Nvidia’s Gameworks,” he said (via PCGamesN), which you’d think would all but confirm a PC version.
But when he was asked explicitly to discuss one, he remained non committal. It’s frustrating, but you know what they say- where there is smoke, there is fire, and there’s a whole lot of smoke about this issue at this point.