Final Fantasy XIII arrives on PC with 60fps

Final Fantasy XIII PC Screen 1

Square Enix brings FFXIII to the PC community, and offers up a launch trailer too.

 The PC version of Square Enix's Final Fantasy XII is now available to download on Steam and the Square Enix Store.

FFXIII is the first in the trilogy to be released on PC, with the other two games in the series due to be released by spring 2015.

Improvements to the game for PC owners include 60FPS support, Japanese voices with subtitles, plus a set of those coveted Steam Trading Cards are up for grabs too.

As ever the story centres around good v evil, as the citizens of 'Cocoon' are threatened by 'Pulse', which could turn them into 'l'Cie' by the 'fal'Cie'. Are you as confused as I am? Good, I'm not the only one then.

As we're on the subject of Final Fantasy, it may be the right time to confess that, despite playing most of the games in the series, I've never actually finished any of them. But that's a conversation for another time - enjoy the trailer!

You can pick up FFXIII via the Square Enix store and Steam for $15.99 right now. If you're in the UK it's priced at £10.99 on Square's store and Steam.

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