By Alex Irish / November 8th, 2017
Pre-registration for the upcoming mobile adaptation of Final Fantasy XV has begun today, allowing users to be on notice when it officially launches later this year. For the time being, the option is limited to Google Play for Android users. Launching in episodic form, episode 1 launches for free, while episodes 2 and 3 will range from $0.99, and 4 through 10 are $3.99 USD each. The entire game contents will further be sold together in a bundle for $19.99 USD.
Announced back in August, Final Fantasy Pocket Edition is a retelling of the home console role-player, condensed to mobile form and starring miniature versions of Noctis and his band of companions. Whereas the original game on consoles took a decade from announcement to release, the mobile adaptation is launching a year after its console counterpart, and months from its debut.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition will release across iOS, Android this Fall, followed by a Windows 10 phone launch this winter. To be best prepared, Square Enix recommends (nay, requires) Apple phone users be updated to iOS 11.1 or later and select Android phones running on Android 5.0. Also launching in the near future for Final Fantasy fans are Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV for PlayStation VR on November 21st and the Windows port of Final Fantasy XV in 2018.
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