Final Fantasy XV for PC Features Gordon Freeman’s Costume

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The launch of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition grows ever closer. To further build excitement for the game’s PC port, Square Enix has announced a number of fun features available to players depending on their store of choice. For Steam users, they will recieve an extra costume based on Gordon Freeman, of Half-Life fame.

If you purchase Final Fantasy XV on Steam before May 1, the Half-Life pack will be available for free. This pack includes a number of T-shirt outfits for the player, as well as the most important costume: A Gordon Freeman hazard suit. Even better, you can equip the suit on both Noctis and the multiplayer Comrade character.

This sweet costume isn’t an option if you purchase the game through the Microsoft Store. You will instead receive a bundle of Phoenix Downs and Elixirs as well as a special sword. A perk of the Microsoft Store version is that your Xbox One save data will be compatible with the PC version. You will also be able to play Comrades in crossplay at a future date.

As for Origin, EA’s game distribution service, players are given a set of car decals. Ff they preorder before March 6, that is.

If you haven’t played Final Fantasy XV yet, a demo will be available for all systems on February 26. This demo will include the entire first chapter of the game.

Written by: Branden Lizardi


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