Final Fantasy XV: Day One Edition (PS4) - £12 (Prime) £13.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Final Fantasy XV: Day One Edition (PS4) - £12 (Prime) £13.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 9th Feb
Bonus Downloadable Content - Masamune sword. Add the legendary Masamune to your arsenal and cut foes down to size!
Engage In Action-Packed Battles: Customise your array of weapons and use each character's unique assists in an exciting real-time battle system, that is both user-friendly and with depth to explore. Warp around the battlefield landing tactical strikes, special moves and conjure ever-more-powerful spells, as your party progresses in its experience.
Embark On A Journey Without Limits: Take the wheel and drive from the capital to the back roads with your best friends, or venture out on foot to discover a vast landscape of teeming wildlife, dangerous c
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Been this price for a few months now, same at Tesco. Been eye-ing it up for a while but Monster Hunter is keeping me busy
Shifting stock before the "Royal Edition" is launched on 6th March. But a good price, well worth the price.
Stoofa5 m ago

Shifting stock before the "Royal Edition" is launched on 6th March. But a …Shifting stock before the "Royal Edition" is launched on 6th March. But a good price, well worth the price.


Do you think worth getting this or royal edition. I never played but always wanted to.
The Royal Edition will contain the base game, all of the Season 1 DLC and then some new content on top of that. Price is expected to be around £35.
There is plenty in the base game to keep you occupied and they have said there will be an "upgrade pack" to take you from the base game to the Royal Edition. So might be worth grabbing a deal on FFXV and then look out for the upgrade pack.
Thanks for posting.

Have some heat !
Stoofa2 h, 27 m ago

The Royal Edition will contain the base game, all of the Season 1 DLC and …The Royal Edition will contain the base game, all of the Season 1 DLC and then some new content on top of that. Price is expected to be around £35.There is plenty in the base game to keep you occupied and they have said there will be an "upgrade pack" to take you from the base game to the Royal Edition. So might be worth grabbing a deal on FFXV and then look out for the upgrade pack.


Part true.
The Royal Edition is literally just a different cover art + the SAME day one BluRay base game + code for Season Pass + code for Royal pack DLC, and some other codes for skins etc.

You're still going to be downloading about 50GB of content when you stick in the disc...

If you're not in a hurry, assuming today's pricing of:
£12 base game
£19.99 Season Pass
£9.99 (Rumoured) Royal Pack.

You're better off waiting for the Royal Edition, even at £34.99, it's cheaper than all the above put together.
Edited by: "Triumerate" 9th Feb
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