Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition (Steam) - £26.24 @ GMG
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Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition (Steam) - £26.24 @ GMG

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Found 2nd FebEdited by:"MBeeching"
This seems like a good pre-order price for FFXV but it's only available until midnight.

Discount code: 25OFFFFXV
Expires: 2nd Feb 23:59
Release date: 6th Mar

The PC version includes all the DLC released so far and is essentially the Royal Edition. It also supports modding which could certainly prove interesting!

Here's a link to the PC benchmark tool
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Seemed like it should of been hot to me
thanks!
This and Ni No Kuni 2 in the same month !!!
Good price considering the Season Pass is £19.99 alone.
But I would wait until reviews are out for this PC port.
Maybe the port is horrid, or maybe it's a great one.
My concern is it needs 100gb I only have 512 ssd, I’m not sure if it’s worth getting an external hard drive or would it affect performance of the game? Or il just get the Xbox royal edition
Edited by: "luketelfer" 2nd Feb
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luketelfer20 m ago

My concern is it needs 100gb I only have 512 ssd, I’m not sure if it’s wor …My concern is it needs 100gb I only have 512 ssd, I’m not sure if it’s worth getting an external hard drive or would it affect performance of the game? Or il just get the Xbox royal edition


Apparently it's 155gb with the optional 'high-res' texture pack
MBeeching20 m ago

Apparently it's 155gb with the optional 'high-res' texture pack


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MBeeching1 h, 9 m ago

Apparently it's 155gb with the optional 'high-res' texture pack


Your breaking my heart, does anyone know what performance of games are like of an external hard drive?
Absolutely fine in my experience. It may take a little longer on loading, but once the data is sat in the RAM then it's usually quite smooth and a HDD won't be much less worse than an SSD.

Hot and bought! Thanks
luketelfer2 h, 16 m ago

Your breaking my heart, does anyone know what performance of games are …Your breaking my heart, does anyone know what performance of games are like of an external hard drive?



Use a good USB 3.0 drive and you should be ok, make sure it's 7200rpm too.
They also released a benchmark tool for people unsure if they can run it
luketelfer4 h, 23 m ago

Your breaking my heart, does anyone know what performance of games are …Your breaking my heart, does anyone know what performance of games are like of an external hard drive?


I concur with the other comments. I use an SSD as my main drive with a USB 3.0 external HDD and the performance is completely fine with games on the external, the only downside being load times.
Edited by: "Jesse148" 2nd Feb
I’m looking now, I got a spare m2 ssd slot on my laptop so need to decide if to pay £120 for a 512gb internal one or get a external one which will be cheaper and more storage
Had this on the PS4 and the load times on that were very long. Putting this on a SSD is probably a good idea
Thanks, ill give it ago on the PC. One of the things that put me off on the Xbox was purely the load times, made the game feel dull. Hopefully of a half decent PC it will feel a little more fluid. (Although looking at the spec requirments, that's a maybe!)
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