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You can cosplay as Gordon Freeman in Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition

You can cosplay as Gordon Freeman in Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition

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. Though the PC release of Final Fantasty XV already has pre-order bonuses primed and ready to go, Square Enix has just announced a new one for early adopters who pick up the game around launch. Gordon Freeman's iconic suit isn't only available for Noctis to wear in the main campaign; players can also equip their customizable characters from the multiplayer expansion Comrades with the accompanying glasses and crowbar.

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.

For those looking forward to playing Final Fantasy XV on PC, there are a few more reasons to get excited. The costume will also be available for multiplayer avatars when playing the Comrades expansion.

Purchasing the game before May 1 grants the Half-Life Pack.

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The demo will allow fans to play through all of "Chapter 1" and fully explore the tutorial and opening quests of the epic adventure in Eos. Valve, rather infamously, has no plans to make any more despite leaving the story unfinished.

Those on the Microsoft Store will gain access to a set of Phoenix Downs and Elixirs to use from the start of the game, along with a special sword.

As for members of Electronic Arts' Origin service, they'll be treated to a set of auto decals if they pre-order in advance of March 6.

This release comes with all existing Final Fantasy XV content, as well as 4K support and a first-person camera mode. That deadline is fast approaching, and it's February 26.


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