WATCH: Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition Confirmed, PC Release Date Set
Square Enix has officially announced Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition for PS4 and Xbox One, and it has completely blown our expectations out of the water. Originally uncovered thanks to an ESRB rating for the game, it was assumed that it would be a compilation title featuring all the DLC up to this point wrapped in a neat little bundle. While this may be true, Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition also includes loads of new content, such as a new dungeon, new boss fights, new Regalia skins, and more. Check out the reveal trailer from the FFXV Twitter account below:
Coming 6th March 2018 #FFXV Royal Edition brings the acclaimed epic to new heights!
Royal Edition includes an all new dungeon (Insomnia City Ruins), the Royal Vessel, Armiger Unleashed, all season pass content and more! pic.twitter.com/TsOcuuNT87
— Final Fantasy XV (@FFXVEN) January 16, 2018
Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition will cost $49.99, and will feature the full game as well as all the content revealed in the above trailer. For those that already own FFXV, an upgrade option will be made available for $19.99, and will be purchasable on the same day as the full version of the game, March 6th. Here is the full list of content that comes with the Royal Edition of the game, courtesy of the official website:
Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition
- An all-new dungeon – Insomnia City Ruins: Expanded Map
- New features such as first person mode, new gear and new bosses.
- Armiger Unleashed – after you collect all 13 royal arms, a more action-oriented mode of the Armiger is unlocked.
- Royal Vessel – the boat from FFXVis now a controllable vehicle. The same body of water (between Cape Caem and Atlissia) can now be freely explored.
- All season pass content – Episode Gladiolus, Episode Prompto, Multiplayer Expansion: Comrades, and Episode Ignis.
- Over a dozen pieces of DLC, including weapons, Regalia car skins, and item sets.
For those interested in the PC version of FFXV, Square Enix has revealed that it shares the same release date as the Royal Edition, March 6th. Though it has not been confirmed what DLC options will be included with the PC version of the game, we know that it features native 4K resolution (max 8K), HDR10, Dolby Atmos, and support for mods. Final Fantasy XV is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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