If you needed more Final Fantasy XV in your life and you are always on the move, then you are going to be in luck as Square Enix is bringing us all a new way to play the game. We are not talking about any DLC here or some weird add-on for the current version. No, we are talking about a full mobile version of the game so we can experience it on our Android, iOS, or Windows 10 devices out there. Here we go with Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition to add into the mix with pre-registration already kicking off today on the Google Play Store. So pretty much, you can know when you can actually go out and make the full purchase in case you do not follow any of their social media accounts.
So, what is Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition? Well, it is a version of the core FFXV that has been scaled to work on your mobile device and also broken into ten different episodes that will need to be purchased individually or all at once. All of which will allow you to play and experience all of Final Fantasy XV's core game in small little chunks that will run you between $0.99 USD and $3.99 USD. That or a cool $19.99 USD to make sure you have them all. That is at least if you enjoy the first little taste of an episode that will be free when it all launches sometime before the end of the year.
Have a look at how Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition will look and feel on your device just below and then think about if you need this in your life or not. It would be a convenient way to experience what the story has to offer even if it all is a very stylized version and loses some of the grander gameplay. Then again, we are not all hardcore gamers and some of the more casual ones may have wanted to see what Final Fantasy XV is all about. Maybe this will be their time to dip a toe in the waters…
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is releasing in Fall 2017 with a cute art style that will appeal to mobile and existing players alike.
Experience an exciting addition to the Final Fantasy XV Universe in the form of an all-new mobile adventure for iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices, which retells the story of Final Fantasy XV like never before using casual touch controls optimised for mobile devices.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition contains all of the main characters and main story of the console and PC versions, with the freedom to play whenever and wherever you want.
All 10 episodes will be available from Day 1 and the first episode will be available for free when Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition releases later this year.
What are your thoughts on Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition as it looks here? Does it look like a great way to get more gamers into the franchise here or will it sit on the virtual game store shelves mostly untouched? Would you be willing to give it a go knowing you have the full version on your console or PC next year? Let us know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition as it comes, be sure to stick around here. We will have it all for you and you will not want to miss out.