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PC owners can get a jump on downloading the massive Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition.

The game is now available to preload for players who have pre-purchased it, which is a good job, considering that it is between 100GB and 150GB in size—depending on whether or not the 4K textures are installed.

Earlier this week, Square Enix announced a collaboration with Half-Life for Steam, and The Sims 4 for Origin that will see new costumes added to Final Fantasy XV.

The Windows Edition of Final Fantasy XV includes everything found in the console version, plus all previously released DLC and some brand-new content, such as an expanded Insomnia City Ruins map, new bosses, a first-person mode, and access to the Royal Cruiser boat.

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition launches March 6th for PC. A free demo is available now on Steam, Origin, and the Microsoft Store for players who can’t wait until next week.

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You can now preload Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition

Be ready to play Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition as soon as it launches.

By Matthew Bennett | 03/2/2018 07:20 AM PT | Updated 03/2/2018 01:54 PM PT

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PC owners can get a jump on downloading the massive Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition.

The game is now available to preload for players who have pre-purchased it, which is a good job, considering that it is between 100GB and 150GB in size—depending on whether or not the 4K textures are installed.

Earlier this week, Square Enix announced a collaboration with Half-Life for Steam, and The Sims 4 for Origin that will see new costumes added to Final Fantasy XV.

The Windows Edition of Final Fantasy XV includes everything found in the console version, plus all previously released DLC and some brand-new content, such as an expanded Insomnia City Ruins map, new bosses, a first-person mode, and access to the Royal Cruiser boat.

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition launches March 6th for PC. A free demo is available now on Steam, Origin, and the Microsoft Store for players who can’t wait until next week.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89