Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XVI will be getting two paid DLC expansions and confirmed its PC port is officially in development. More details to be revealed later this year.
“As I mentioned earlier, we’ve seen many opinions and reactions from our community of Final Fantasy XVI players,” said producer Naoki Yoshida. “But one thing that came through particularly strongly was how people wanted to see more of Valisthea’s story and spend more time with her inhabitants.”
Yoshida then officially announced that 2 paid DLC installments are in development by the team, following that up with good news for PC gamers looking to play Final Fantasy 16.
“Finally, while Final Fantasy XVI was released as a PlayStation 5 exclusive, we are aware that many of you have been asking for a PC version,” Yoshida said.
“So, allow me to take this opportunity to officially announce that development on a PC version is currently underway. I hope to be able to give you more information on both the upcoming DLC and the PC version before the end of the year, so please stay tuned.”
The game is currently a PS5 timed console exclusive for at least 6 more months. Now with the PC version officially announced, it’s currently unknown whether it’ll also come to Xbox Series X|S in the future too.