All three platforms will have a demo available on February 26, which will let you play the entirety of the game's first chapter before the full version launches the following week. 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. The Half-Life Pack provides a costume for Noctics that turns him into Gordon Freeman, the silent, bespectacled protagonist of the Half-Life series.
These cosmetic exclusives will be available in both the solo campaign and Comrades multiplayer expansion thanks to Steam Workshop support.
There's also a new trailer for the game's Comrades multiplayer expansion, which will arrive alongside Final Fantasy XV's Windows launch with an update to version 1.2.0.More news: Black Panther emojis have arrived, and they are adorable
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In addition, the Windows 10 version of Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition has extra compatibility options.
Players who pre-order the game from Origin will receive the bonus "FFXV Decal Selection", containing an array of colorful decals for the Regalia auto celebrating Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis, along with the men and women of the Kingsglaive. These shirts actually have in-game benefits, from increasing strength to improving health recovery. Finally, if you grab the game via Origin, you get a special set of vehicle decals by preordering ahead of March 6. Players who pre-order the game from the Microsoft Store will receive the bonus FFXV Powerup Pack. The pack includes 10 phoenix downs, 10 elixirs, and a legendary sword called Dodanuki.