As part of the Active Time Report this morning (translated via Gematsu), Square Enix outlined its plans for Final Fantasy XV's improvements on the PlayStation 4 Pro. The launch update for the game will add 4K resolution and HDR support to the game, running at 30 fps. FFXV director Hajima Tabata also mentioned that the team would like to do a further update in December, targeting 60 fps at 1080p resolution. Currently, they have the game running between 40 to 50 fps in 1080p mode on Pro.
Square Enix has also heard the calls for another demo that's more indicative of the final game. Episode Duscae was only for those who picked up Final Fantasy Type-0 and Platinum Demo felt more like a tech demo than a slice of FFXV proper. Final Fantasy XV: Judgment Disc will be releasing tomorrow in Japan on the PlayStation and Xbox Stores.
Final Fantasy XV: Judgment Disc will allow players to enjoy the opening of the game until the mid-point of the first episode. Total playtime is around an hour and sadly, save data from the demo cannot be carried over to the final retail game. There is no word of a North American release for Judgment Disc.
Final Fantasy XV will be releasing on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 29.