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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:20pm 07/03/18 | 0 Comments
And we're about 40GB into the 75GB download right now, because we forgot to leave the AusGamers 3000 on overnight. Because hey, even PC rigs need a rest sometime. Anyway, Final Fantasy XV for PC is a pretty big deal as Square Enix have worked closely with NVIDIA to ensure that it's one of the most visually impressive releases in a long while. Plus, we hear it's a damn good RPG to boot.

In addition to this being a definitive edition thanks to the inclusion of all Season Pass content, a new first-person mode, and a number of improvements - it will also feature some cutting edge visual tech. Like native 4K and 8K support, HDR 10 integration, NVIDIA Ansel and NVIDIA GameWorks.

Here's the launch trailer.



If you need further proof, there's also full mod support coming in the near future.



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