Published: Tue, January 09, 2018
Research | By Jody Lindsey

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition Appears on ESRB Website

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition Appears on ESRB Website

While nothing is known about the Royal Edition at present (the ESRB description is identical to the original version of Final Fantasy XV), we'd hazard a guess that it'll cobble together the full game plus the extensive array of previously released DLC and other goodies. There's a mobile chibi version of the game, a mobile spin-off game, a VR title and even a PC version coming in 2018.

When "Final Fantasy XV" was released for PS4 and Xbox One in 2016, characters did not have machine guns, rocket launchers, or sniper rifles in their arsenal. While ESRB ratings are not official announcements, it's incredibly rare for the ESRB to list a rating for a game that, you know, doesn't exist in a form that was officially submitted to them by a publisher. Obviously, this may include the "Episode" DLCs for each of the game's main characters, such as Gladiolus, Prompto, and Ignis, along with the recently-added "Comrades" multiplayer expansion, and more.

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The description details that players will be able to take control of the characters and will have swords, pistols, machine guns, rocket launchers, and sniper rifles as their weapons, along with magic attacks.

ESRB has now rated a brand new release for Final Fantasy XV with the subtitle "Royal Edition" which makes it sound like a complete edition packing both the game and its Season Pass. Fights are highlighted by cries of pain, dramatic light effects, explosions, and realistic gunfire. "The word "sh*t" appears in the dialogue". A Windows version is set for release in early 2018.

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