Square Enix released Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, an abridged version of the 2016 RPG with Chibi-style graphics, on iOS and Android. Today, a few months after its initial launch, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is now available for the “Universal Windows Platform,” specifically PCs, laptop, and Microsoft Surface tablets.
When it comes to pricing, the Windows version of Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition functions similarly to the mobile versions. The game’s first chapter is available for free, while Chapters 2-10 can be picked up either individually or as a bundle. For those who’d rather play the game more traditionally on PC, Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition is also available.
The game’s minimum system requirements are very forgiving, but you can check them out below if you want to make sure your PC can run it:
OS Windows 10 Architecture x64 Mouse Integrated Mouse Memory 4 GB Video Memory 1 GB Touch Not specified Keyboard Not specified Processor Intel® Core™ i3-6100U or Equivalent Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 520
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is now available for iOS, Android, and PC, with the first Chapter available for free. If you want to see DualShockers’ first impressions of the game, you can check out our preview from last year.