Share cloud saves and Achievements or fight alongside your friends in co-op.
Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition promises to surpass all expectations we had for the game visually. Thus far, it’s doing that really well with 4K resolution support, improved textures and 60 FPS frame rates. However, one additional feature seems to be cross-play support with the Xbox One version.
As per the Microsoft Store listing, buying Final Fantasy 15 for Windows 10 will allow one to play co-op with Xbox One players. This is possible through Xbox Live but it also seems that Achievements, cloud saves and whatnot are also saved between the two. The Steam version doesn’t support this of course. Not a bad incentive, especially if PC players want to team up their console brethren.
Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition is out on March 6th and includes all the DLC released till now, including the Season Pass; a larger map for Insomnia; some extra side quests and new enemies; and first person mode support.