February 28, 2024

PC gamers planning to play Last Fantasy 16 ought to take into account an SSD “a should”.

That is based on the MMO’s producer/director Naoki Yoshida, who informed Famitsu that although the staff will try and optimise the sport as a lot as doable “utilizing the HDD can be a ache”.

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“Particulars will likely be introduced in the end. Nonetheless, I would love you to arrange an SSD,” Yoshida stated when requested what sort of specs the PC model will demand (thanks, PCGN).

“Even when we did our greatest to regulate the GPU, in FF16 – a recreation the place loading velocity is vital – utilizing the HDD can be a ache.

“In fact, we are going to do our greatest to optimise as a lot as doable,” Yoshida added, “however we can’t overcome the {hardware} barrier alone, so please take into account that an SSD is a should. We’ll announce the precise really useful specs on one other event.”

The primary a part of Last Fantasy 16’s DLC, Echoes of the Fallen, is out now.

Recreation director Naoki Yoshida introduced in September paid DLC was being developed (after initially stating the sport was a “one-off”, after which later hinting he was “eager about” choices).

Echoes of the Fallen is the primary a part of two DLC expansions. Will probably be adopted by The Rising Tide in spring 2024, which is able to embrace the Eikon Leviathan as speculated by gamers, in addition to a terrifying-looking Tonberry King.

And did you catch the information that Last Fantasy 7 Rebirth has an all-new theme music written by collection composer Nobuo Uematsu?