Square Enix aims to reach two million units on this platform.
Since its premiere on Steam last Tuesday, Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition has reached the not inconsiderable figure of 204,000 copies sold on the Valve platform if we attend to the data offered by SteamSpy.
This is a particularly high number if we take into account that it is a long game based on consoles and that it has also been offered for sale on PC through other stores such as Origin. Square Enix places around the two million units the copies sold in total in this version, a goal that could be plausible with the passage of time.
Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition rethinks the odyssey of Noctis and company that premiered on PS4 and Xbox One in 2016 with the customization possibilities that you expect from a PC game, numerous DLC included and a support for mods that will be expanded with the weather. If you still have doubts, do not hesitate to consult the analysis of Final Fantasy XV for PC.
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