Final Fantasy XV premiered nearly annually, and a half following your PC first appeared on the PC, and it has now sold at least hundreds of copies on Steam, rendering it the second most widely used work on the platform's Final Fantasy series.
According to Twisted Voxel, according to SteamSpy's method of estimating users based on achievement data, SteamSpy's latest data puts Final Fantasy XV on Valve's storefront, with users ranging from 2 million to 2 million. As Twisted Voxel pointed out, it ranks second in Steam's Final Fantasy VII, but only if you don't count Final Fantasy XIV, which has a free trial version. The data shows that more and more people are buying FFXIV Gil, indicating that more and more players are attracted.
Final Fantasy XV director Hajima Tabata said recently that his team hopes how the Windows version of the game will sell at the very least 2 million copies, and perhaps they are likely to have achieved this goal now, as SteamSpy's numbers usually do not include the Microsoft Store. However, the physical version sold by Square Enix activates on Steam, if most PC sales result from Valve's storefront, which might be fair.
As mentioned above, PC players have to wait 18 months to play this latest single-player game in the Final Fantasy series, but this may be worth waiting for, and many players are ready to wait for Final Fantasy 14 Gil. The Windows version of the game contains several fixes and features that were missing in the 2016 Final Fantasy XV launches on the console.
It is a pity that Final Fantasy XV's final plan DLC has canceled because Tabata announced that he would strike himself. Still, many people like this road trip adventure starring Noctis and his friends.