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Final Fantasy XV gets PC demo and Half-Life Bonuses


Here's another great reason to play Final Fantasy XV on PC; walking around dressed as the greatest PC game character of all time, and swing a crowbar as your weapon of choice. Sold. In other Final Fantasy XV Windows 10 news, you can play the free demo before the game's official launch.

It is crucial that you read the fine print when it comes to select through which distribution platform you want to purchase Final Fantasy XV, as there are distinct incentives.

FFXV Windows 10 Steam Edition

  • Half-Life pack only available via pre-order until May 1
  • In-game costume for Noctis based on Gordon Freeman
  • HEV Suit
  • Scientist Glasses
  • Crowbar
  • Half-Life Pack also available in the multiplayer expansion, Comrades
  • Price: R669


Additional Steam bonuses include an FFXV Fashion Collection containing a selection of T-shirts for Noctis to wear:

  • 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

For more details on the Origin and Windows Store Editions see: Final Fantasy XV Benchmark tool for PC released. The most important one to consider is that if you pre-order via the Microsoft Store then your version is compatible with Xbox One. See "Final Fantasy XV supports PC and Xbox One co-op cross-play" for more details. The Origin Edition special pre-order bonus will be announced at a later stage.

Final Fantasy XV Windows 10 Edition launches worldwide on March 6.

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