Final Fantasy XIII-2 Summary
has delayed the PC version of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII to autumn this year, Desktop fans of the JRPG series will have to wait a bit longer to get the sequel to Final Fantasy XIII-2.
It launched onto consoles in early 2014 but as per usual the PC crowd has to suffer a longer wait. Maybe by Final Fantasy CXXIVII we'll get equal treatment? MMOs don't count!
Square Enix confirmed last year that Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (the third chapter in the) would be released on the PC. Since then,we haven't heard much about it, and fans had begun to wonder whether the company had abandoned their plans.
Fortunately for fans of grumpy yet battle-hardened warrior women, Lighting and friends are on the way; yesterday Square reassured fansthat a PC version is still being worked on.
The latest in the long, long line of Final Fantasy games was announced for Xbox One and PS4, with the PC given the cold shoulder. Howeverare on the hunt for a PC-minded developer.
Final Fantasy XV could very well end up in some way on PC, as the publisher advertises for an 'Online Game Planner' position for "new online games related to FFXV". What has Square got in mind?
Final Fantasy XIII-2 is on the way to Steam next month and it's bringing an impressively hugecontent along with it, including costumes, arena battles and extra story content.
Most of this is taken from from the console versions, but there are a few omissions; outfits based on other games, such as Mass Effect and Assassin's Creed efforts, won't be added due to "contractual issues".
Square Enix are releasing a PC version of Final Fantasy XIII-2, which will be released via Steam on 11th December, 2014. The PC version will come with a host of new features and enhancements.