Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition has made its long-awaited arrival on PC via the Microsoft Store.
Last year Square Enix announced an impressive mobile version of Final Fantasy XV, condensing the original console experience into a lightweight chibi-style package. Promising the same narrative, environments and mechanics rebuilt for mobile devices, Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition looked to be a new way to experience the role-playing franchise.
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition has now shifted to Windows 10‘s integrated Microsoft Store, following its prior release on other platforms. The first of 10 chapters is available as a free download, while subsequent missions are sold separately. Support for both mouse and keyboard and touchscreen setups is offered, making this an ideal title for tablets on-the-go. The game also boasts Xbox Live integration, with 65 achievements totaling 880 Gamerscore.