• Final Fantasy XV is an action-RPG video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

Final Fantasy XV is an action-RPG video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. (Photo : Facebook/Final Fantasy XV)

New details for "Final Fantasy XV" will feature a possible PC version in the works and the delay on the Magitek Exosuit DLC.

Square Enix announced that Magitek Exosuit DLC for "Final Fantasy XV" will be delayed on its release date of Feb. 21 as game director Hajime Tabata and marketing manager Akio Ofuji stated in their last livestream that the delay was due to the exosuit's color scheme are similar to the Power Rangers, especially the upcoming film of the same name produced by Saban and Lionsgate.

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Ofuji added that they are looking to redesign the Magitek Exosuit for "Final Fantasy XV" and will be release in a later date until the designs are good enough, although Ofuji felt that their designs and concepts for the suits are original as far as copright is concern, Kotaku reported.

The Magitek Exosuits in "Final Fantasy XV" will allow Noctis and his friends to be invincible for 30 minutes before they needed to be charged for 24 hours and gives Noctis improved fishing skills.

Square Enix previously announced the tweaks they made for Chapter 13 for "Final Fantasy XV" next month, helping the somewhat isolated feeling of the section feel less jarring when compared to the rest of the title. Not to mention that Episode Gladiolus will launch on March 28, while Episode Prompto will be out on June and Episode Ignis is in the works and it will be more tactical gameplay than the rest.

In other news, it seems that the PC version of "Final Fantasy XV" could be a possibility as Tabata has expressed his desire to have the sequel ported the PC platform.

Tabata told Famitsu (via Gematsu) that he wants the "FFXV" in the PC as a "technical attempt" and wants PC users to appreciate the game running on high-end machines.

However, the idea of porting "Final Fantasy XV" to the PC is not just about improving its already impressive visuals. Tabata revealed that he would be interested in seeing how the introduction of user-created content could benefit the game's experience.

Tabata once said that it will likely take one year for "FFXV" to be put in the PC and it will likely launch sometime next year. PC users were adamant about having "Final Fantasy XV" for the PC going to the point that they made online petition for Square Enix to think and reconsider several years back due to being focused on the console versions.

"Final Fantasy XV" is currently available for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.