Looks Like Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition Might Release Next Week

Terry Joseph
January 30, 2018

Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition is set to launch for both iOS and Android phones next week, and has been tweaked to better suit mobile devices. The Android version should also be out the same day. An option to pre-order the game is also available, which will automatically download the game once it is available.

The game retells the story of Final Fantasy XV, with all the same main characters as the console and PC versions, but optimized for mobile devices, letting you play wherever you are.

Tap to move, tap to talk, and tap to fight. The Tale of the Chosen King, Savior to the Star.

The game will offer the first chapter for free, but subsequent chapters will require in-app purchases, in what is the fifteenth Final Fantasy game for fans, offering 10 total chapters to play.

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Unbeknownst to Noctis, however, the journey ahead is fraught with perils...

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition will follow the story of the original game, in which Prince Noctis and his friends have to deal with the fall of the Kingdom of Lucis and the invasion of the Niflheim.

The pricing structure is a bit odd, in that chapters two and three will only cost $0.99 but four through ten will cost $3.99. The game also appeared on Google Play back in August past year, and while the release date isn't mentioned there, you can pre-register to find out when it arrives.

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