Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition Announced; PC Version Release Date Confirmed

Square Enix has officially announced Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition, as well as the release date for the Windows Edition. Here’s everything you need to know.

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition Announced

Square Enix announced that the world of FFXV has gotten even bigger with the release of Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition on PC-Steam, Origin and Windows 10 on March 6th 2018.

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition and Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will each launch with the base game and over 20 additional add-ons and DLC. Also, new updated features include an expanded map of Insomnia, a region within the game, new enemies, new side quests and a first-person camera mode.

The expanded map includes the Insomnia City Ruins that allows the player to explore the Crown City of Insomnia and face off against Cerberus and Omega during additional side-quests. Players will also be able to take on the Rulers of Yore.

Additionally, the Royal Vessel boat is now fully-controllable which allows players to explore the world between Cape Caem and Altissia. This addition also allows players to fish while aboard the vessel.

The updates included in Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition will be available to people who already own the base game. Every episode of the season pass content is also included: Episode Gladiolus, Episode Prompto, Comrades Multiplayer, and Episode Ignis.

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will launch for USD $49.99 and will open up for pre-order on February 1st 2018. Players who pre-order the PC version will receive store-specific pre-order and early purchase bonuses, which includes a “Powerup Pack”, “Fashion Collection”, and “Decal Selection”.

If you have been waiting for the PC version and unsure if your PC can handle it, check out the system requirements for the game by clicking here.

 

Pokdepinion: I kinda wished they picked a better name than Royal Edition but it’s something I suppose. Better than having nothing at all.