Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition: Ansel, Performance and Mods | PC Gaming Experience
Final Fantasy XV has finally arrived on Windows in its final state, along with an additional pack for console users (Royal Edition) containing a completely remade Chapter 14 and a few special additions along the playthrough. What PC gamers were fearing before the final release was a poor optimization with mediocre performance despite the time they took to polish it, but owning the game myself and running it on a 3yo system I can say Square Enix did exactly what we were promised in the beginning: they allowed older computers to handle it better than any other port from console, although they had to release a new patch afterwards in order to fix incompatibilities with AMD Phenom processors. A bunch of general problematics still stand today in most cases, however, but no other update has been posted since March. When the official requirements were announced online I was worried my GPU wouldn't be able to run the game smoothly, but I had to breathe a sigh of relief when the benchmark