Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition Devs Talk At The PC Gamer Weekender

By Laura Kate Dale on at

Final Fantasy XV is a great game if you're into the idea of being a royal emo boyband with magic and swords on a murderous roadtrip to save the world, which let's be fair is pretty dang awesome. The game is coming to PC on March 6th, in the form of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, and if you're just itching for this 8K (!) port to arrive sooner, you'll have a chance to check it out and ask questions to the development team later this month.

The PC Gamer Weekender, running February 17th and 18th 2018 at the Olympia in London, will play host to Technical Director Takeshi Aramaki and Game Design Manager Kenichi Shida, talking about the creation of the PC edition of the game, including new features and the numerous improvements made to the game's visuals.

The developers will also be taking questions from attendees, offering new insight into the development of the Windows Edition, which includes HDR and 8K support and all of the game's previously released DLC.

The Final Fantasy XV Development team will be in attendance for both days of the PC Gamer Weekender—12.30 on the Saturday and 11.30 on the Sunday at the PC Gamer stage.

On top of that, buy a ticket to PC Gamer Weekender and you will receive a free 'Four Pack' copy of competitive projectile fighting game Lethal League worth £29.99 after the show ends, allowing you to not only play the game, but gift copies to three of your friends as well!

You can find more information about the PC Gamer Weekender, as well as buy tickets here. Additionally, Kotaku UK readers can get a whopping 20% discount on tickets by clicking "enter promotional code" and entering the code KOTAKU20 before selecting their tickets.