Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Collector’s Edition shown off

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD screenshot

The collector’s edition for the upcoming Final Fantasy game, Type-0 HD, has been shown off in a new video published by Square Enix.

The video takes a look at the full set of features that players can expect when they purchase the Collector’s Edition, which includes a presentation box with matching sleeve, a copy of the game encased in an exclusive golden steelbook. which is set to showcase the artwork of famed illustrator Yoshitaka Amano, who has worked on the promotional artwork for all of the previous Final Fantasy games, and has also done work for the Dissidia franchise.

Also included is  a 200-page Final Fantasy Type-0 manga, which explores the origins of Class Zero. This will be the first time that the story has been available outside of Japan. A Composer’s Selection soundtrack CD, which feature fifteen tracks that have been specifically selected by the original soundtrack composer Takeharu Ishimoto, whose previous works include The World Ends with YouKingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep and Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, is also part of the package.

On top of this, the Collector’s Edition features an 80-page hardcover artbook entitled Class Zero 842, which chronicles the characters, enemies and environments, in a combination of renders from the game itself and its concept art, as well as replicas of the five iconic cards used by Class Zero’s Ace – one of which you can see in the feature image for this piece.

You can pre-order the Collector’s Edition from the Square Enix store now for £79.99/$99.99 now, ready for the game’s release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 20th.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD – both the standard and Collector’ Editions – will also include an exclusive look at the highly anticipated Final Fantasy XV, in a demo that will never be available as a standalone title, according marketing chief Scott Strichart.

Jodie Rodgers

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