News of Final Fantasy 15's release on PC hasn't exactly been a closely guarded secret. Hajime Tabata, the game's director, has been slinging around hints about a PC version (slipping out a suspiciously enthusiastic reference here, and a beefy old tech demo there) for well over half a year now. So it wasn't too much of a surprise when, at last week's Gamescom, Square Enix finally confirmed that FF15 PC is a thing that's coming next year.
And now that the secret's finally out, Square is hiccupping up new PC footage at an unstoppable rate. There was some 1080p video doing the rounds last week, and that's now been complemented by some full-fat 4K footage, running at 60fps. Those, in case you don't know, stand for '4 kilowoots' and 60 flaps for second'. It's all very technical stuff, but the end results look nice, as you can see for yourself below.
Tabata recently told journalists that he was in no way at all worried about the possible influx of nude mods for Final Fantasy 15's beefy dreamboat quartet when the game reaches PC next year. "We're going to leave it to the moral sense of all the players out there", he said – suggesting, quite strongly, that he doesn't realise how much PC gamers love a good wang.