Final Fantasy XV will support PlayStation 4 Pro at launch, director Hajime Tabata confirmed during the game’s Active Time Report at Tokyo Game Show 2016.
Here’s an off-screen look from Tokyo Game Show 2016 at what Final Fantasy XV looks like running on Sony’s upgraded console:
In related news, Square Enix used the Active Time Report to announce an in-game collaboration with Cup Noodle. Gladiolus apparently loves them. There’s even an in-game quest to find the best Cup Noodle.
Also relevant, the fifth and final episode of the Final Fantasy XV animated series, Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV, is now available on YouTube.
Square Enix will host its next Active Time Report broadcast on September 30.
Final Fantasy XV is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 29.