However, in the most recent development we got to know that fans will be in store for not three but four more episodes. It's 21GB big because it includes 4K textures by default (although these are only turned on if your hardware is good enough), and includes the first chapter of the game, albeit without sidequests. Square Enix had previously confirmed that it would be releasing the demo on February 26th and it has stuck to its word.
With Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition and Royal Edition right around the corner, Dengeki Online took the opportunity to have a chat with director Hajime Tabata and game designers Yoichi Kuroda and Takeshi Terada. Boasting a wealth of bonus content and supporting Native 4K (3840×2160px) ultra high-resolution graphical options and HDR 10, you can now enjoy the lovely and carefully-crafted experience of Final Fantasy 15 like never before.
The title has an interface and subtitles in different languages. You can also get the game for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 now. On the other hand, Square Enix is planning new content that will last until 2019. You can pre-order at that link as well. Reason being Tabata said in an interview with Famitsu that Final Fantasy XV's existing players aren't interesting in the team filling "in the gaps of the main story anymore". Will you give the demo a try?