Square Enix will offer two enhanced display modes for owners of the new and more powerful PlayStation 4 Pro console. One will display the game in 4K resolution at 30 frames per second; the other will display the game at today's standard 1080p resolution but at 60 frames per second.

FF15 director Hajime Tabata announced the news during a Square Enix Active Time Report broadcast (translation and source relayed by Reddit). The related game update will be released in December. Final Fantasy 15, remember, will be released 29th November.

PS4 Pro arrives in shops today, and there are more than 30 games that already make use of PS4 Pro's extra horsepower.

The PS4 Pro costs 350 and primarily targets owners of 4K televisions, although this Final Fantasy 15 news will, I'm sure, have a few people checking their bank balance from every workable angle. Be sure to check out Digital Foundry's PS4 Pro review before you splash that cash.

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