A demo for the Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will be available to download and play next week, Square Enix have today announced.
In the demo, you’ll be able to fully-explore the tutorial as well as enjoy the opening quests of this epic adventure ahead of the release on March 6th. The demo will be available on February 26th. There are the following bonuses and in-game items available for those who pre-ordered the game:
From now until 1st May, players who purchase or pre-purchase the game from STEAM will receive the Half-Life Pack, which features:
In-game costume for Noctis based on Gordon Freeman, star of the legendary Half-Life first-person video game series including the HEV Suit, Scientist Glasses and Crowbar
The Half-Life Pack will also be available for FINAL FANTASY XV MULTIPLAYER EXPANSION: COMRADES
Players who pre-order the game from STEAM will receive the bonus “FFXV Fashion Collection” containing a selection of T-shirts for Noctis to wear, including:
The strength-enhancing EPISODE GLADIOLUS Tee
The HP recovery rate-increasing EPISODE PROMPTO Tee
The critical hit rate-increasing EPISODE IGNIS Tee
The maximum HP-increasing COMRADES Tee
Players who pre-order the game from Origin will receive the bonus “FFXV Decal Selection,” containing an array of colorful decals for the Regalia car celebrating Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis, along with the men and women of the Kingsglaive. Details regarding the early purchase bonuses for Origin will be announced at a later time.
The save data from the Windows 10 version of FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION is compatible with the Xbox One version of FINAL FANTASY XV. In addition, a post-launch update for FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION will enable Windows 10 and Xbox One cross play for FINAL FANTASY XV MULTIPLAYER EXPANSION: COMRADES.
Players who pre-order the game from the Microsoft Store will receive the bonus “FFXV Powerup Pack,” containing Dodanuki, a sleek sword created by a legendary bladesmith that reduces enemy defense with each slash. The pack also includes 10 phoenix downs and 10 elixirs.
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