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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on August 22, 2017

News: Soon you will be able to play Final Fantasy XV wherever you are as well as some new content for Sony’s VR headset.



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Square Enix has revealed that more Final Fantasy XV is on the way and one of the platforms might surprise you. Players will soon have even more ways to experience the Final Fantasy XV Universe as Square Enix today unveiled the Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition and a November 21 release date for Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV.

The Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition for iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices, to be released later this year, is an all-new adventure that retells the story of Final Fantasy XV, giving fans and newcomers alike the freedom to journey through Eos whenever and from wherever they want. The mobile game features the main characters and story of the console version and newly-announced Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, with an adorable art style and casual touch controls optimized for mobile devices. The main story is told across ten episodes, with all ten episodes available at launch and the first episode downloadable for free.

Elsewhere in the Final Fantasy XV Universe, Square Enix also announced that Monster Of The Deep: Final Fantasy XV will launch on November 21 for PlayStation VR. In this brand-new VR experience, players will head out on a fishing expedition with Noctis and his crew across picturesque locations in Eos. The Story Mode places players in the middle of an action-packed showdown with a menace that lurks in the depths, while the Free Fishing Mode allows players to take in the the sights, sounds and scenery through a variety of fishing challenges. Starting tomorrow, fans who pre-order the game from the PlayStation Store will receive a custom Monster Of The Deep: Final Fantasy XV dynamic theme and in-game Samurai Outfit.

Finally, at yesterday’s Nvidia conference in Germany, Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition was unveiled as the Windows PC version of the fifteenth mainline entry in the Final Fantasy franchise. Loaded with Nvidia GameWorks technology and implementing other advanced PC features like cutting-edge graphics and physics simulation technologies, the game will launch with support for native 4K and 8K resolutions, along with HDR10 and Dolby Atmos. Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will also include all Season Pass and free update content already released for the console version, with the addition of a new optional first-person mode for a more immersive player experience.

Check out the trailers below and tell us what you think. Will you be playing this new content in the Final Fantasy XV universe?





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