It took over a year, but Final Fantasy 15 is out on PC now, available on both Steam (opens in new tab) and Origin (opens in new tab) for $50/£35. If you grab it before May 1st, the Steam version comes with Half-Life costumes (available on the Workshop (opens in new tab)) and the Origin version gets you some even weirder Sims costumes (opens in new tab).
There are a couple pleasant, and uncommon, qualities to this release. One, there's a free demo (opens in new tab). We love demos. And, two, as alluded to by the Workshop page, FF15 is moddable, with an official tool in the works—read Sam's recent interview for more on that (opens in new tab).
We'll have a review early next week (our friends at GamesRadar quite liked the console version (opens in new tab)), as well as a technical analysis from one of our favorite modders soon. In the meantime, we'll be spying on the Workshop page to see how quickly it gets out of hand.