Coming to PS4 and Xbox One on April 27, the upcoming patch will ensure the game is optimised for a “stable framerate” and “comfortable play” on Sony’s upgraded console.
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Nova Crystalis (via NeoGAF) also has some additional details on the forthcoming update. Players can now magnify subtitles and adjust screen size mid-game.
“Additionally, subtitles and menu screen size can now be magnified. Timed quests will also start up again, along with a ranking system. Extravagant weapons can be obtained from them. Furthermore, a new sticker has been added for Regalia customization, along with new music for the music player.”
Final Fantasy 15 launched back in November 2016 and has since sold upwards of 6 million copies worldwide. Earning 8/10 in our review, we described it as “the best single-player Final Fantasy in a decade.” Support for PS4 Pro arrived in February, and it’s great to see Square Enix continuing to add improvements to an already visually stunning game.
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