Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition Is Getting A Demo And Half-Life Pack




While there is still a bit of a wait before people can play the full version of Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition, there will be an opportunity to try the game ahead of launch. A demo has been revealed. On February 26, 2018, people will be able to get a trial version from Origin, Steam and the Microsoft Store that allows them to play through the game’s first chapter.


In addition, Steam pre-order and early adopter bonuses have been announced for Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition. Pre-orders include the FFXV Fashion Collection that gives Noctis an Episode Gladiolus t-shirt that enhances strength, Episode Prompto t-shirt that increases health recovery, Episode Ignis t-shirt that increases critical hit rates and a Comrades t-shirt that increases his max HP. Anyone who buys this version of the game before May 1, 2018 gets the Half-Life Pack for both the game and Comrades expansion. This gives Noctis (or your original avatar) a Gordon Freeman HEV Suit, Scientist Glasses and crowbar. Origin pre-orders include a FFXV Decal Selection and the Microsoft Store pre-order offers a FFXV Powerup Pack with Dodanuki sword, 10 elixirs and 10 phoenix downs.


In addition, the Windows 10 version of Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition has extra compatibility options. It will cross-save with the Xbox One version at launch, and get a post-launch update allowing Comrades cross-play between the Xbox One and Windows 10 versions.



Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition will launch on March 6, 2018. Final Fantasy XV is currently available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

Jenni Lada
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