The Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is the short, fast-paced and more simple version of the Final Fantasy XV video game. The Pocket Edition was specifically designed for gamers who don’t have enough time to play the full version of the game.
The gameplay is different in Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition
The Final Fantasy XV full version’s world, with all its tasks and visuals, might seem too complex for some gamers. Luckily, they have now the option to go for Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition which is offering a much linear gameplay.
The gamers are offered with “tap-and-hold” controls to move objects, fight a couple of battles, fulfill the mission, and that’s it, they go to the next one. Even better, there is no convenience store, no sidequests, no complicated things to do. There is only one store from which players can buy potions and weapons.
The fighting scenes are still giving the same feeling as in the console version of the game. However, the combat scenes are more mobile-friendly, which means they will seem too user-friendly for experimented players.
However, the Pocket Edition is not altering the storyline, keeping all its important aspects intact.
Graphics differences are too visible
It makes a lot of sense if you ask me, but the graphics for the Pocket Edition seem to be way poorer than the graphics of other RPGs on mobile devices. Not to mention how poorer they look when compared to the console version of the Final Fantasy XV game.
Being a mobile edition, however, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition looks good if you’re not too picky about your mobile game’s visual aspect.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition requirements
The game will be available for Android, iOS, and Windows 10 Mobile.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition requirements:
- Android 5.0 or higher / iOS 11.1 or higher / Windows 10 Mobile
- CPU 1.5 GHz or better;
- 2 Gb RAM;
- 5 Gb of storage (8 Gb will be needed for the high-resolution version);