By Operation Rainfall Contributor / April 5th, 2016
Square Enix announced at the Final Fantasy XV event that their upcoming RPG will have a “Ultimate Edition” sold exclusively on their online store. The company limited the number of these editions to 30,000 worldwide.
Shortly after the Ultimate Edition sold out, re-sellers began posting copies to eBay for almost triple the the asking price of the game. Fans have voiced their concerns to the company leaving Hajime Tabata to address them with an official statement:
The people placing abnormal orders that suggest possible purchases for the purpose of reselling, will be told that they will be dealt with severely in conformity with the agreement. We ask for your continued support of FFXV!
If you view the company’s Terms & Conditions you can look to section 2.5 – “Placing an order and formation of Supply Contract: We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to limit order quantity and to refuse or cancel orders above the limit we set for any Product.”
Would you like to see these scalpers orders get cancelled or do you think they bought it fair and square? Let us know in the comments below.
Final Fantasy XV will be released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.
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