The NVIDIA GeForce trailer for Final Fantasy 15 on PC shows off the game’s graphics potential.
Naturally, running at max settings with 4k resolution and 60 frames per second, the already very pretty game looks phenomenal.
We’ve seen footage of this ‘ultimate quality’ version before, but this is our first proper look at uninterrupted gameplay in the PC version. It shows your favourite Very Good Boys fighting some of enemies in the wild in a higher resolution than ever before.
It’s looking good. NVidia has also made a long post on their website about the enhancements coming to the PC version, which will use NVIDIA Flow, NVIDIA HairWorks, NVIDIA Hybrid Frustum Traced Shadows, NVIDIA Turf Effects, and NVIDIA Voxel Ambient Occlusion to present the most high-fidelity version of FF15.
Final Fantasy 15 is due on PC in early 2018, and will support Steam Workshop. On the exact opposite end of the scale, the Pocket Edition is also heading to mobile devices. It’s not in 4K, but hey – it’ll fit in your pocket.