Square Enix Ltd. has announced a surprising new addition to the Final Fantasy XV Universe in the shape of Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition – an all-new mobile adventure for iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices that retells the story of Final Fantasy XV through a unique perspective.
The Pocket Edition contains the main characters and main story of the console and newly announced Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition versions, with the freedom to play whenever and wherever you want. Now you can travel through Eos, as you travel through the real world. With a cute art style that will appeal to mobile and existing players alike and casual touch control optimised for mobile devices, allowing anyone to play with ease. The main story is told across ten thrilling episodes. All ten episodes will be available when Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition releases later this year with the first episode available to download for free.
Elsewhere in the Final Fantasy XV Universe, the release date of the forthcoming PlayStation VR system game, Monster of the Deep: FIinal Fantasy XV has been announced as 21st November. In Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV, players head out on a fishing expedition with Noctis and the gang across picturesque locations.
Dive into the story mode and prepare for an exhilarating, action-packed showdown with the menace that lurks in the depths. Or kick back and take in the sights, sounds, and scenery as you cast-off in the free fishing mode and participate in a variety of fishing challenges, as well as spend more time with Prompto, Ignis, Gladiolus and more. Players that pre-order will receive a custom Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV dynamic theme and in-game Samurai Outfit. Pre-orders have already begun on the PlayStation Store.
Finally, at the NVIDIA conference in Cologne, Germany, the Windows PC version of the game, Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition was unveiled for the first time and comes loaded with NVIDIA GameWorks technology and other advanced PC features adding cutting-edge graphics and physics simulation technologies, with support for native 4K and 8K resolutions, as well as HDR10 and DOLBY ATMOS.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition boasts a wealth of bonus content from the console versions originally available through the Season Pass and free updates, while the addition of a new first-person mode allows a more immersive experience than ever before