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If you, like me, have been won over by the gameplay and characters shown from World of Final Fantasy, you might be interested in one of the special editions recently announced.

World-of-Final-Fantasy-Collectors-Edition

First up, the World of Final Fantasy Collector’s Edition, available only for the PlayStation 4 version of the game, includes:

  • World of Final Fantasy
  • A pop-up book that doubles as the box for all the CE content
  • An 80-page hardcover art book
  • A 20-song soundtrack CD
  • Mini figurines of chibi Cloud, Lightning, and Squall
  • Digital content: a Sephiroth summon, Red Bonnetberry mirage, White Chocobo mirage, Glow Moogle mirage, and a Japanese voice-over option

The Collector’s Edition costs $120 and is exclusive to the Square Enix Online Store.

If you aren’t interested in the Collector’s Edition, the Limited Edition might interest you more.

World-of-Final-Fantasy-Limited-Edition

The World of Final Fantasy Limited Edition, also available only for the PS4 version*, includes:

  • World of Final Fantasy (in special packaging)
  • A 24-page art book
  • The digital content (a Sephiroth summon, Red Bonnetberry mirage, White Chocobo mirage, Glow Moogle mirage, and a Japanese voice-over option)

It costs $60 and will be sold at retailers, including Amazon.

*Note: Some announcements said the LE would be available for the Vita as well, but this version has yet to surface at retailers, even Square Enix’s own store.

Finally, if you miss out on the Limited Edition or want the PS Vita version, there is a Day One Edition.

World-of-Final-Fantasy-Day-1-Edition

The World of Final Fantasy Day One Edition is simple. It includes:

  • World of Final Fantasy
  • The digital content (a Sephiroth summon, Red Bonnetberry mirage, White Chocobo mirage, Glow Moogle mirage, and a Japanese voice-over option)

All copies should be the Day One Edition until they run out, so right now it’s available everywhere and costs $60 on PS4 and $40 on Vita.

Why is Japanese audio included as DLC? Why does the Limited Edition cost the same as the Day One Edition? No idea. But if you’re interested in World of Final Fantasy, you now have a variety of options.

Here’s a new trailer to help you decide.

What do you think of World of Final Fantasy and its special editions? Chibi characters and cuteness aside, will it truly be an epic Final Fantasy adventure? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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  2 Responses to “World of Final Fantasy CE, LE, and Day 1 Edition”

  1. Pft, look at Sephiroth, not staying within the box’s boundaries. Jerk. SHOW-OFF.

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