Square Enix revealed the Collector’s, Limited and Digital Edition for their upcoming role-playing game, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age.
The coveted Collector’s Edition is now available to pre-order exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store for $199.99 in limited quantities, it will include a copy of the game as well as:
- “Judge Magisters” Mini Bust Set: Featuring busts of Judges Bergan, Drace, Gabranth, Ghis, and Zargabaath available exclusively to the Collector’s Edition and not sold separately
- 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
- Background Music DLC: allowing fans to listen to the high-quality FINAL FANTASY XII original soundtrack in-game
The Limited Edition is also available for pre-order at select retailers for $49.99, it includes exclusive steelbook featuring artwork by renowned illustrator Akihiko Yoshida, as well as Background Music DLC.
Additionally, the first print run of the Standard Edition will also include a limited reversible coversheet featuring artwork by Akihiko Yoshida.
Fans who pre-order the game digitally from the PlayStation Store will receive a static PlayStation 4 system theme (instant reward upon purchase), and four music tracks by Hitoshi Sakimoto (to be unlocked upon release).
And Finally, Square Enix announced that Balthier from Final Fantasy XII will be available as a downloadable champion summon in World of Final Fantasy starting March 23.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age features the world of Ivalice like never before with enhanced high-definition graphics and for the first time ever, western audiences will be able to experience the Zodiac Job System, a 12-job character progression system first introduced in the Japan-only release, Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac System.
The title will also feature a remastered soundtrack, 7.1-surround sound, an auto-save feature, faster loading times, a new Trial Mode and more.