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Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition benchmark now available for download, pre-order information revealed By Raptorchan on February 1, 2018 at 8:44 PM

The official benchmark tool for Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is now available for download on the Final Fantasy XV website. The benchmark will allow players to test their PCs and optimize them in preparation for the release of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition on March 6th, 2018.

According to Square Enix, Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition supports native 4K and 8K resolutions with HDR10 and Dolby Atmos along with ongoing mod support. Below is a chart Square Enix provided that will give players the rundown on minimum, recommended and 4K HDR PC specs:

You can download the benchmark in anyone of these regions: North America, Europe (English), France, Germany, and Japan

Alongside the release of the benchmark tool, some information regarding the special pre-order bonuses for the PC edition of FFXV was also revealed. Depending on the online store you order from will determine the pre-order bonus you will receive.

Steam pre-order bonus

Players who pre-order FFXV Windows Edition through Steam will receive the “FFXV Fashion Collection.” This bonus pack contains a selection of shirts for Noctis to wear and gain a special buff.

The Episode Gladiolus shirt enhances strength, Episode Prompto accelerates your HP recovery rate, Episode Ignis increases your critical hit rate and the Comrades shirt increases your maximum HP.

Origin pre-order bonus

Players who pre-order FFXV Windows Edition through Origin will receive the “FFXV Decal Selection.” This pack contains an array of artwork decals for the Regalia, such as artwork involving Gladiolus, Prompto, Ignis and the men and women of the Kingsglaive.

Microsoft Store pre-order bonus

Players who pre-order FFXV Windows Edition through the Microsoft Store will receive the “FFXV Powerup pack.” This pack contains the Dodanuki, a sleek sword created by a bladesmith that reduces enemy defense with each slash. This pack also comes with 10 phoenix downs and 10 elixirs.

Square Enix also mentions that there will also be more early purchase bonuses, on top of the ones listed above, revealed soon, and that the official FFXV website will have more details on the matter in the near future.

For more information about Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition and Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition, check out our other coverage.

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition releases worldwide on March 6th, 2018 alongside Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition for Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

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  • JTD95

    Over 100GB needed for minimum specs…
    Skyrim needed no more than 20GB if I remember correctly.

  • wow.

  • I like that shot at the top. Nice wallpaper.

  • •december

    Ikr

  • •december

    There’s no warp-striking in Skyrim, also the graphics capacities are a little over-the-top thanks to the engine FFXV Business Division 2 used

  • •december

    I look forward to this PC release solely for what PC users are capable of.
    They can make the impossible a reality and I admire that.
    Personally I’m stoked for Royal Expansion, not Edition, cause I still have my copy of FFXV

  • Vallen

    I’m looking forward to play the Royal Expansion and to watch High Quality Videos of XV on YouTube 😀

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  • alef321

    too many textures on XV ,also it has 4k blu-ray quality FMVs
    MGR for example was around 60 giga just because of the cutscenes which were all FMVs with zero compression.

  • •december

    FFXV looks great though, besides the graphics quality/rendering when taking flight in the Regalia Type-R…