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Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition Minimum Specs Requires 8GB of RAM

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During the presentation of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, some technical details of the game were also revealed. Some data alarmed fans of the franchise, it was indicated that to play the title it would require 170GB free space and a GTX 1080 Ti. Fortunately, Hajime Tabata, director of the game, clarified that there were some errors in the information.

After a couple of months, we finally know the minimum and recommended requirements to be able to enjoy Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition. You will be happy to know that the game will not be very demanding, so you will not need a very advanced team.

To run it, you will need at least one GeForce GTX760 and one Intel Core i5 2400 processor (3.1GHz) or one AMD FX 6100 (3.3GHz). Additionally, 8GB of RAM will be necessary with Windows 10 as the operating system. Regarding its final size, there is still no concrete information about it.

Check out the System Requirements of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition in details below:

Operating system: Windows 10
CPU: Intel Core i5 2400 (3.1GHz) or AMD FX 6100 (3.3GHz)
Memory: 8GB of RAM
DirectX: Version 11
Graphics: GeForce GTX760 or higher

Operating system: Windows 10
CPU: Intel Core i7 3770 (3.4GHz) or AMD FX 8350 (4.0 GHz)
Memory: 16GB of RAM
DirectX: Version 11
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060

This version of the JRPG will have some additions to the console version, such as support for mods, a possible level editor, and a first-person mode. Also, players can enjoy this title at 4K and 60 fps with the right equipment.

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Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition does not yet have a confirmed release date, but it is estimated to arrive in early 2018. According to Tabata, this version of the game took them to another level of development.

What do you think about the requirements to play the game? Do you plan to give it a try on this platform? Leave your opinion in the comments below.

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