Publisher and developer Square Enix officially reveals the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One digital pre-order bonuses for its forthcoming RPG Final Fantasy 15.

Now that there’s just a little more than a month left to go before the long-awaited release date for Final Fantasy 15, Square Enix has decided to give fans a look at what extra features are included in the pre-orders for the game’s costly Digital Premium version. For those unaware, the price difference between the standard, physical iteration of Final Fantasy 15 and the Digital Premium version is about $25, as the former is going for $60, while the latter is being sold at $85.

Of course, with Final Fantasy 15 releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, fans can expect the Digital Premium version to offer both similar and unique items for the respective platforms. For instance, there will be avatar props on the Microsoft system, while what is being called a “mini soundtrack” is being provided for those playing on Sony’s console.

As far asĀ Final Fantasy 15‘s avatar items on Xbox One go, Square Enix is including male and female costumes for Noctis, in addition to a previously revealed Carbuncle pet prop. Furthermore, players on both platforms will receive an Angler Set, which allows the game’s characters to go fishing. Fans can get a look at all of the available pre-order bonuses for the consoles below.

Xbox One:

  • Weapon: Masamune (FF15)
  • Recolor: 16-Bit Buddies
  • Item: Angler Set
  • Recolor: Platinum Leviathan
  • Item: Camera Kit
  • Xbox Avatar Item: Noctis male costume
  • Xbox Avatar Item: Noctis female costume
  • Xbox Avatar Item: Carbuncle pet prop

PS4:

  • Weapon: Masamune (FF15)
  • Recolor: 16-Bit Buddies
  • Item: Angler Set
  • Theme: Final Fantasy 15 – Big Bang
  • Recolor: Platinum Leviathan
  • Item: Camera Kit
  • Final Fantasy 15 Digital Mini Soundtrack
  • Final Fantasy 15 – Digital Premium Edition Original Theme (Working Title)

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For those wondering, fans who have already purchased Final Fantasy 15‘s Season Pass will get all of the items available in the pre-orders for the Digital Premium versions. Not to mention, the players ponying up the extra $25 for the Season Pass should also receive six separate DLC packs, with their dates for availability yet to be divulged.

Interestingly enough, it’s possible that Final Fantasy 15 may not be restricted to being available only on current generation consoles, as director Hajime Tabata has stated the studio’s contemplation of a PC version. Nevertheless, should the RPG eventually not be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, it remains to be seen as to whether or not any of the aforementioned bonuses and items could be applied to the game on PC.

Considering the fact that Final Fantasy 15 has been in development for almost a decade at this point, it’s highly likely that a lot of long-time fans of the franchise will secure their copy of the title before it launches, whether it’s through the standard version or the Digital Premium edition. Should those two choices not suffice, gamers could always try to get their hands on one of Final Fantasy 15‘s Ultimate Collector’s Edition, which has been in high demand since its reveal.

Final Fantasy 15 is set for release on September 30, 2016 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Source: PlayStation Store, Xbox Store (via GameSpot)

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