Final Fantasy XV
The Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event will give more details to "Final Fantasy XV" before launch. Square Enix

A PC version of “Final Fantasy XV” has remained a big buzz among “Final Fantasy XV” fans. Ever since the announcement of the possibility, there has been a close watch on the following statements made by developer Square Enix.

What is known about the PC version of “Final Fantasy XV” is that it will be made after the console version is done. According to the developer, it will not be possible for both versions to be released on the same timeline.

Now, “Final Fantasy XV” Game Director Hajime Tabata has shared part of his vision, once they are able to settle on the release of a PC version. Gematsu reported an interview with Tabata, who revealed that the plans for a PC version is shaping even more positively now, but with a different twist.

“The version could incorporate things that we were forced to abandon because of the limitations of home consoles,” said Tabata. “With the PC, this would be an opportunity to release a version far superior in terms of quality and tech.”

This also means that the development will start from scratch to use the best technology. It will not be a mere port of the console version. This, of course, presents its own set of pros and cons. The benefit obviously is a different experience for the PC. For those who are looking forward to a fast release after a few months from the PS4 version’s release, this may not be at all possible.

“Final Fantasy V” continues with the evolution of airships in the game. Following in the footsteps of airships as travel hubs, the Regalia, the gang’s black car, will be able to transform into a flying car.

Technically, this should no longer serve as a surprise for those who have been able to attend the Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event. Game Informer has confirmed that the Regalia can, indeed, fly. According to the source, the Regalia will take to the skies so players can travel the world faster, though it will still take some time considering the distance that has to be covered.

The flying part may be the only airborne surprise with the Regalia, as there will be no airborne enemies expected. “Final Fantasy XV” fans can also expect a little challenge when it comes to landing the flying Regalia.

“Final Fantasy XV” will be released on Sept. 30. It will come to the PS4.

Flying Regalia in "Final Fantasy XV" (Credit: YouTube/Eyes on Final Fantasy)