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TGS 2016: Final Fantasy XV 'Lunar Edition' PS4 Revealed
As of right now, for Japan only.
09.13.16 - 7:36 PM

During Sony's 2016 PlayStation Press Conference, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata took the stage to unveil an FFXV 'Lunar Edition' PS4 slim, scheduled to release alongside Final Fantasy XV in Japan on November 29th.

The bundle includes a copy of Final Fantasy XV, a rental for Final Fantasy XV: Kingsglaive and an original theme for your dashboard. All of this will cost you 39,980¥ (around $390 or €347). Feast your eyes on it below.

final fantasy xv lunar edition

The bundle is currently scheduled for a Japan only release, but with all of the effort Square Enix has put towards advertising FFXV, it may soon be announced for the West. We'll be sure to keep you updated if it happens.

Edit: Well, that was fast. According to the PlayStation Blog, the Limited Deluxe Edition of the Final Fantasy XV custom PS4 will be coming to North America and Europe!


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