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Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition gets a release date on PS4 and Xbox One

16 Jan 2018

It appears Square Enix is about to re-release Final Fantasy XV adding some new content to it in a version called the 'Royal Edition'. 

This version of the game will be released worldwide on March 6th, 2018 for the PS4 and Xbox One platforms. Aside from the full game, new stuff is coming to the game for players to explore. 

Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition includes a new dungeon with an expanded map, first person mode, additional gear and bosses, all of the previously released DLC and much more. 

The best feature is the 'Royal Vessel' which is a boat that you can now control in your own free time. Before, the boat was on-rails but this time you can explore the sea for yourself. 

Don't worry PC gamers, because the original Final Fantasy XV game will be released on Steam later this year too. This Royal Edition is worth getting if you love action RPGs with lots of gameplay. See the trailer below for more details.

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