During a recent interview, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata was discussing the possibility of a PC port of the game. He said he would like to release the game on PC as a technical attempt, and to show Final Fantasy XV on a high end PC with the latest and newest components. He would also like to see something like a quest editor and support for mods.
You can check the full interview on Gematsu by clicking HERE.
This would definitely be a great idea. There are numerous PC players who would like to try Final Fantasy XV, since it was only released on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. With no cap on the frame rate and all details set to maximum, the game would look absolutely gorgeous. Along with the implementation of mods and a quest editor, only the sky would be the limit for content and mod creators around the world. Just like modding in Skyrim, Final Fantasy XV would receive numerous additions and improvements, making it a better and even more exciting title.
Hajime Tabata also said the digital version of the game had sold much more than physical one. Also, the virtual reality content is still in development, without a specified release date. In the VR version, we will play as Prompto. Using his gun in VR, we will help Noctis and the other companions win different battles. In the previously released trailer, we could see the fight with the Behemoth boss. There was also an ability that allowed you to teleport around the battlefield for a better shot.
The plan is also to make the Regalia go off-road, which would definitely be a great addition to the game, since the road-locked driving system is definitely a bit annoying, with the pointless limiting of player movement.