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To further add to the expansion passes and VR experiences of Final Fantasy XV, Squarenix’s 2016 commercial hit is being tweaked a ported to a couple more systems.
Speaking at Gamescom in Germany, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition and Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition to iOs / Android devices and PC, respectively.
The mobile version of Final Fantasy XV is being condensed into 10 episodes compared to the vanilla game’s 15 chapters (the first episode will be free), which leads to speculation that most of the filler content and side quests could be hashed for the sake of the game’s narrative. In a press release regarding the announcement of the mobile port, Square mentioned that it will be an “all new adventure that retells the story”.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition will be releasing during the Fall this year, while Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will launch in early 2018.
Final Fantasy XV released in November last year, with day 1 sales being “the highest ever for the series”. The game has since received a number of expansions, with Episode Gladiolous and Episode Promto releasing earlier this year. Episode Ignis is set to release in December.