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Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV: Tabata is considering a Scorpio update

But there's currently no plans to port it onto Nintendo Switch.

Final Fantasy XV is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and the game is already fully supported for PlayStation 4 Pro, meaning the game is improved in terms of things like graphics and frame-rate. Many, of course, have wondered whether the same will happen when it comes to Project Scorpio, the upgraded Xbox One console due to be released later this year. During a recent interview with Dualshockers, the game's director Hajime Tabata released some rather interesting comments on that very subject.

Tabata, in fact, confirmed that the game could support Scorpio, and, therefore, an updated version of Final Fantasy XV for the console is possible, although it's unclear whether or not there will be differences from the PlayStation 4 Pro version.

While we're on the subject of upcoming consoles, at the moment there are no plan the port the game over to Nintendo Switch, so players on that platform will have to cross their fingers and hope that Final Fantasy XV will land on the console at some point.

What platform would you rather see it on, Switch (so you can take it with you), or Scorpio (so it performs better)?

Final Fantasy XV