Today, Square Enix has officially announced a new Royal Edition for Final Fantasy XV, along with a release date for the PC version, called Windows Edition. Both of these versions of Final Fantasy XV will release alongside one another on March 6, 2018.
These two versions of Final Fantasy XV will include all the previously-released content out of the box, including all current DLC. They will also introduce new features as well. There will be a new first-person mode, a new boat vehicle, and several new optional boss fights for challenge-seeking players.
The most significant structural change is an expansion of the late game Insomnia City Ruins area, making it much larger an more interactive. New quests and enemies will be a part of this expansion, along with the aforementioned new bosses. One of them is a new take on the long-running Omega Weapon fight. Existing FFXV owners can pick up this content for $19.99.
Square Enix also released specs for the Windows Edition, including the accidentally controversial storage requirements. The install is pretty big, with around 100 GB needed for the base game and another 55 GB on top of that for playing Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition in 4K with HDR.