Oct 09, 2016 05:54 AM EDT
Xbox Head Phil Spencer Confirms ‘Final Fantasy XV’ Accessible on Xbox One S through HDR
The famous Microsoft division head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, took on Twitter to announce an important information with regard to the Xbox line up, which is initiated by a fan question on the social media platform.
The first thing Spencer shared was the confirmation of the upcoming "Final Fantasy XV," which will be accessible on Xbox One S through HDR as early as its launching date on Nov. 29, as reported by Dual Shockers.
Moreover, he further shared answers to questions regarding the difficulty of the process of adding the HDR support to games, saying that its best when the artists are accessed by it at square one rather than adding the features after playing the game.
Meaning, in order for players to enjoy the game in HDR, these individuals must acquire an HDR capable TV first. When using HDR, players are going to witness TV screens that showcases deeper colors as well as richer contrast. The byproduct then is a picture resolution that appears to be more real and vivacious rather than the conventional HDTV, according to reports coming from WCCF Tech.
Furthermore, Spencer also shares that Microsoft desires to launch the digital version of Lost Odyssey, even if the debut date hasn't been announced just yet.
When asked about other forms of games, Spencer confirms that the goal of their company is to actually provide players an option as to how they buy games, such as the one mentioned above.
The "Final Fantasy XV," which is originally named as "Final Fantasy Versus XIII" has been continuously developed for quite some time now, ten years to be exact. After experiencing a number of delays and repercussions before its final launching, the game will now finally debut on Nov. 29 this year, accessible for both Xbox One as well as PS4.
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