Full disclaimer: I've never played a Final Fantasy game before, so what piqued my interest with Final Fantasy XV is the marketing engine behind the game pushing the PC version of Square Enix's latest and greatest, and that NVIDIA has pushed a considerable weight behind it filling it with GameWorks technologies.
Another disclaimer: I didn't have much time to run the benchmark as my life has been overwhemingly busy lately, as I've just gotten back from a 10-day pacific cruise (it was amazing, my first proper holiday in 16 years). On top of that, I had bumped my content up by 300-500% depending on the day, during CES earlier last month. To top it off, I leave for San Diego on a work trip in 8 hours, so yeah - been a little busy.
Anyway, we're here to test out the best version of Final Fantasy XV, which is the forthcoming Windows Edition. The PC version of FFXV rocks some pretty beautiful graphics at times, with Square Enix releasing a benchmark earlier on in the weekend that let gamers run their PCs through Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition's paces, and receive a benchmark result.
We quickly decided to run the game on all of our graphics cards from both AMD and NVIDIA's latest generations, including the Radeon RX 500 and RX Vega series from AMD, and NVIDIA's entire GeForce GTX 10 series of cards.
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