23 February, 2018
You can dress up Noctis like the iconic character or use the costume pieces to dress up your Final Fantasy XV: Comrades multiplayer character like Mr. Freeman. It's got to be me, and with the upcoming release of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, it's time to start seeing just how efficiently your PC can run the game. Get ready, because this one is a little bit odd.
Players who pre-order the game from Origin will receive the bonus "FFXV Decal Selection", containing an array of colorful decals for the Regalia vehicle celebrating Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis, along with the men and women of the Kingsglaive. It's not just Noctis, but your character from the Comrades expansion too. The company has partnered up with Valve to bring everyone's favorite crowbar wielding silent protagonist from Half-Life - or rather his likeness - Gordon Freeman to Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition, for an unlikely crossover. Fans buying on EA Origin will get FFXV Decal Selection pack.
This is a bonus that definitely falls on their weird side of the line. Did you ever think you'd see Gordon Freeman in a Final Fantasy game? Still, for fans of both franchises, this is a fairly neat bonus, even if doesn't add anything more than a new set of cosmetics to the game. On February 26, a free playable demo of the game will be available to download.
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