Final Fantasy XV’s release has been a long time coming since the game was first announced as Final Fantasy Versus XIII back in 2006. The game isn’t so far off now though as it’s set to release on Sept. 30 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The standard edition of the game will retail for $59.99. However, there’s also a Deluxe Edition for $89.99 that includes; the game in an exclusive steelbook, a copy of the feature-length film Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV on blu-ray and extra costume and weapon DLC.
The Kingsglaive movie will also be releasing in select theaters around the U.S. starting on August 19, although Square Enix hasn’t announced exactly which theaters yet. In addition to the film, Final Fantasy XV also has a five episode anime called Brotherhood, viewable on YouTube for free. The first three episodes of the show have all been released at this point.
Finally, a mobile game called Justice Monsters Five will be releasing sometime before the main game in September. The mobile title is a pinball-like minigame that is also playable in Final Fantasy XV itself. At this point, only the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will be releasing.
There aren’t currently any plans for a PC version, and Hajime Tabata the game’s director recently said there also aren’t any plans for a Nintendo NX version either. For more on Final Fantasy XV, check out our impressions of the game from E3 here.