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FINAL FANTASY XV: EPISODE IGNIS- Yasunori Mitsuda Guest Composer Trailer

During the pre-show of Sony's Paris Games Week 2017 conference, Final Fantasy XV fans got to check out a new trailer for the upcoming single-player DLC, Episode Ignis. Not so, according to the system requirements that came out yesterday on the game's Microsoft Store page.

This is not the first time one of Final Fantasy XV's party members got their own episode.

The minimum recommended specs are a GTX 760 or equivalent, an i5-2400 or FX-6100 CPU and 8GB RAM, alongside Windows 10.

The developer recommends NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1060 for the game, as well as the Core i7-3770 or AMD FX-8350 processor along with 16GB of RAM.

Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 1060.

In related news, Paris Games Week also brought us new Monster of the Deep info.

KitGuru Says: Square Enix has had a chequered history with Final Fantasy PC ports but Hajime Tabata has seemed very enthusiastic about creating a proper PC version right from the start, so I have high hopes.

Final Fantasy XV originally released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November of previous year. What do you think of the proposed system requirements?



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