If you're a diehard Final Fantasy fan and eager to jump back into the world of Ivalice with the HD remake of Final Fantasy XII, then this impressive looking Collector's Edition for The Zodiac Age might be exactly what you need. Come inside for all the details!
Final Fantasy, throughout it's impressive gaming history, has inspired an impressive fan following. The success of Final Fantasy XV has only made it bigger/stronger as it pleased older fans while enticing new ones. As such, if you're looking to get your hands on the Final Fantasy XII remake, The Zodiac Age, which will hit on July 11, 2017...the swanky Collector's Edition might be worth checking out.
Fans can soon return to the world of Ivalice, as SQUARE ENIX® revealed the FINAL FANTASY® XII THE ZODIAC AGE™ Collector’s Edition, Limited Edition and Digital Edition, releasing on July 11 for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system.
The Collector’s Edition is now available for pre-order exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store for $199.99. Those who order will receive the game, along with the below:
Exclusive “Judge Magisters” Mini Bust Set
Featuring busts of Judges Bergan, Drace, Gabranth, Ghis, and Zargabaath
Selection of soundtrack music from famed composer Hitoshi Sakimoto
Steelbook featuring exclusive art to the Collector’s Edition
Set of Six Art Cards
Featuring Vaan, Ashe, Basch, Fran & Balthier, Penelo and World of Ivalice
Digital code to unlock the FINAL FANTASY XII official soundtrack background music option in-game.
The Limited Edition is also available for pre-order at select retailers for $49.99. It will include the game, an exclusive steelbook featuring artwork by renowned illustrator Akihiko Yoshida (FINAL FANTASY TACTICS, FINAL FANTASY XIV, NieR: Automata™), and a digital code to FINAL FANTASY XII official soundtrack background music option in-game.
Sure, it's on the pricier side and if you're just interested in playing the game, won't be worthwhile to you. However, if you're a long time fan or video game collector, it offers up a lot of bang for your buck. What do you guys think?