Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Announced For PS4, Xbox One, And Nintendo Switch (VIDEO)
Final Fantasy XV is the gift that keeps on giving for Square Enix, with the latest numbered entry in the iconic series undoubtedly revitalizing it for the foreseeable future. With the game coming second only to Skyrim in platform distribution, it was only a matter of time before the chibi-lite version of it, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, also made its way to consoles. Now, fans can in fact enjoy the strangely proportioned Gladiolus on consoles, as the game is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch version on the way. Check out the launch trailer for Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition below:
Announced via the above launch trailer, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Both versions of the game are available to download through their respective stores at a price of $29.99, with the cost being reduced to $17.99 thanks to a 40% off launch sale. While the Nintendo Switch version was announced at the same time as the other consoles, a release date has not yet been specified. This may be due to the latest Nintendo Direct being rescheduled due to the recent earthquake that hit Hokkaido, Japan. Here’s the official summary of Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, courtesy of Square Enix:
“FINAL FANTASY XV POCKET EDITION HD, fans and newcomers alike can follow the journey of crown prince Noctis and his brothers in arms, Prompto, Ignis and Gladiolus, with fully voiced key event scenes and faithfully recreated battles. All of the treasured moments from FINAL FANTASY XV, like driving the Regalia across breathtaking landscapes, camping, chocobo riding and more, can be experienced in a whole new way with the game’s creatively reimagined art style and in HD resolution for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation®4 system versions.”
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