The PC port of "Final Fantasy XV" has been further speculated. According to a report from Gaming Bolt on June 1, Square Enix recently teased that a major announcement will be made at E3 2014 during an event for "Murdered: Soul Suspect," which is now available for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. However, the publisher did not provide any other hints.
An executive from Square Enix did recently state that his company would like to have fans be surprised when it comes to revealing games such as the aforesaid "Final Fantasy XV" as well as "Kingdom Hearts 3." The publisher was able to prevent a major leak prior to announcing both games at E3 2013 during a press conference held by Sony Computer Entertainment. It appears that Square Enix is following a similar strategy again for E3 2014.
The latest mainline release for the "Final Fantasy" series is currently in development for the PS4 and Xbox One. Yoshinori Kitase, the producer of the franchise, did express some interests in bringing future games of the franchise to PC platforms. In fact, the previous mainline single-player game, "Final Fantasy XIII," was being developed for computer systems before being cancelled due to financial reasons.
Square Enix has not reveal much information on "Final Fantasy XV" lately despite previously declaring that they are going to be more forthcoming to the gaming community in terms of talking about the project. The release for the upcoming title was long overdue as it was announced nearly eight years ago at E3 2006. The project started out as a PS3 game before the platform switch.
Aside from the aforementioned titles, the publisher may talk about the upcoming installments from the "Dues Ex," "Hitman," "Sleeping Dogs" and "Tomb Raider" franchises that were previously teased. Some of the new games could debut in the media conferences held by Microsoft Studios and Sony Computer Entertainment on the day before E3 2014. You can find the "Final Fantasy XV" logo from the franchises' Facebook site with the image located near the top of this article.