[UPDATE: Denuvo Confirmed]Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition Now Available For Pre-Load
[Update] The Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition Steam page has confirmed that the game will come with Denuvo.
[Original Story] Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is almost upon us, promising to be the definitive edition of the game, and starting today, all those who have pre-ordered it can finally start downloading.
A few hours ago, Square Enix confirmed on the Final Fantasy XV Official Twitter profile that the game can now be pre-loaded. Considering its final size is over 100 GB, pre-loading is essential for those who wish to play the game on March 6th.
— Final Fantasy XV (@FFXVEN) March 1, 2018
If you want to try out the game before release or check out how it runs on your machine, you can download a playable demo of the game, which includes the beginning of the final game. The demo also comes with an additional Luminous Engine tool which allows players to change graphics settings not found in-game.
Final Fantasy XV has been released at the end of 2016 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game is way different from previous entries in the series, but still a more than worthy entry.
Final Fantasy XV is a true return to form for the series. The main story of the game is passable, but surpassed by the fantastic tale of Noctis and his three friends, Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis. The world they live in, the interconnectivity and just how alive it feels makes for a great game, warts and all.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition launches next week, on March 6th, on Steam, Origin and the Windows Store. The Royal Edition also launches on the same day on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.