Published: Wed, March 07, 2018
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PC release gets cracked four days ahead of arrival

PC release gets cracked four days ahead of arrival

Last week, it was reported that Final Fantasy XV would not use Denuvo, as per the title's End User License Agreement.

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is out now for PC, while Royal Edition is available for PS4 and Xbox One. Players will also be able to fish aboard the vessel.

Additionally, Square Enix stated that the first new DLC pack will in fact be Episode: Ardyn and they will be releasing four episodes, as we're already aware of, and the new content coming down the pipeline will offer "something meaningful" to the player experience and will offer something "with value".

The game also brings with it Nvidia GameWorks and HairWorks integration for better in-game physics, lighting, and overall visual effects.

You can purchase Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition from the Microsoft Store for $49.99.

Mod support is only available on PC.

All Season Pass content - including Episode Gladiolus, Episode Prompto, the Comrades multiplayer expansion, and Episode Ignis.

Royal Sigils (Advanced - Master) - Players can now unlock an extremely challenging multiplayer quest after completing a sequence of events at Galdin Quay and collecting the six remaining Royal Sigils.

What do you think about all of this new content?

You can find the new cut-scene in Chapter 14, one of the most disappointing in the original release of Final Fantasy XV and one which Hajime Tabata and his team, it seems, wanted to fix right away with the launch of these new editions. Origin has since re-uploaded its pre-load files with encryption in place, but it is too late, as fully cracked and playable versions of the game are already out there on the web.

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