Sony announced the Limited Edition Final Fantasy XV PS4 Bundle will hit gaming stores in November. The Final Fantasy XV-themed PS4 console will be released in Japan, Canada and the United States, and it will come with DLCs, new weapons, a movie and more.
According to PlayStation's blog post, the Limited Deluxe Edition Bundle contains a 1 TB hard drive and an aesthetically-appealing drawing of the moon on its front. In addition, its DualShock 4 controller has nice-looking Final Fantasy XV illustration.
The design of the console is inspired by Final Fantasy XV's main character Noctis, while he is gazing at the moon, according to game developer Hajime Tabata.
The bundle also includes a copy of the Final Fantasy XV movie Kingsglaive and a steel book case, which contains some striking artworks. Plus, there are DLC items such as the Royal Raiment Outfit, the Leviathan Regalia skin, and the Masamune weapon.
GameSpot reports the specially-design Final Fantasy 15 PS4 console will become available at GameStop for $450 USD/$550 CAD. As we mentioned above, the bundle and the main game will be released on Nov. 29.
A report from Kotaku says Final Fantasy XV has a promising story, fascinating lore and action-filled combat. The publication also says director Tabata and his crew have clearly listened to the community feedback to improve the sequel.
Interestingly, there's a host of new combat abilities throughout the game. The core leveling system called Ascensio allows Noctis and his crew to get different skills. All four main characters share a pool of ability points, and players can use it to unlock various skills. For example, there's an ability that allows Noctis to jump around in mid-air after attacking enemies. In addition, the Phase ability helps the character to automatically evade enemy attacks.
In the graphics department, there's a significant improvement in Final Fantasy 15. Game developers at Square Enix reportedly used the new game engine called Luminous. The engine brought wonders to the development team. It helped the Final Fantasy 15 become one of the most visually stunning titles of this current generation.
According to PlayStation LifeStyle, real-time scenes in the game runs up to five million polygons per frame, with character models made up of 100K polygons each.
With that being said, let's wait for more announcements from Square Enix about Final Fantasy 15. Stick with us for more update.