Andrew Barker
Final Fantasy XIII-2 European Special Editions Announced
Pre-order bonuses too!
10.20.11 - 8:34 PM

Yesterday a special edition release was announced for Final Fantasy XIII-2 in Europe. Not only that, but a bunch of goodies have been teased for anyone that will be pre-ordering the game from certain (so far unannounced) retailers, also in Europe. These bonuses include:

  • An exclusive steelbook case.
  • A DLC pack: "Fight In Style", which contains a new recruitable monster (Omega) and alternate costumes for both Serah and Noel.
  • Final Fantasy XIII -Episode i-, a novella that fills the gaps between Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII-2.
  • Three lithograph artcards, showing key images for the game.

As for the special edition of the game itself, there are two different versions: one for the PS3 and one for the 360. Check them out below:

PlayStation 3 Special Edition

  • Presentation box.
  • 4-Disc Final Fantasy XIII-2 original soundtrack (does not include “New World” performed by Charice).
  • Exclusive Final Fantasy XIII-2 t-shirt that won't be available elsewhere.
  • An art book.
  • Six collectable postcards.
  • Lenticular artprint of Lightning.

Xbox 360 Special Edition

  • Unique packaging.
  • Composer selected sound track (ie. has less tracks than the PS3 version).
  • An art book.
  • Six collectable postcards.
  • Lenticular artprint of Lightning.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 is due for release on February 3rd in Europe.


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