Final Fantasy XV launches on PC in less than two weeks, bringing the road trip RPG to computers a year and a half after the console release. Even with the delay in mind, the FF15 development team has some big goals in mind for the new version’s success.
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In an interview with Japanese site 4gamer (translated by Siliconera), director Hajime Tabata spoke on the game’s current sales and expectations for the future. Final Fantasy XV has sold around seven million units so far, and the team hopes the PC version will help push them to a new goal.
“There’s been some talk within the team saying they’d like to reach 2 million with Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition alone,” Tabata says, as part of an effort to reach an overall objective of 10 million sold across versions.
But with that in mind, Tabata says their main goal is to “provide a good service” for as long as they can, one that presents a worthy value to prospective players. There have been plenty of updates for FF15 so far, including everything both season pass content and free updates.
The first season pass will be included with the PC version, along with plenty of new features. Presumably any future updates will also be heading to the new port. The Windows Edition’s new features and weird crossovers suggest it’s getting a major push from its makers, so hopefully the release will be worthy of those two million hopeful sales.