Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition will launch on March 6, and Square Enix announced that there are several bonuses available to buyers, depending on which storefront they purchase the game from. Players buying on Steam will receive the Half-Life Pack, which features an in-game costume for Noctis based on Gordon Freeman, including the HEV Suit, Scientist Glasses and Crowbar; and the FFXV Fashion Collection pack.
This will be for players who purchase the game on Steam before May 1.
Then in the middle, rather inexplicably, there's the Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, a chibi version of the main story, available for mobile devices.
Just to be really sure you want the game proper, you'll soon be able to download a free Final Fantasy XV PC demo. The costume will also be available for multiplayer avatars when playing the Comrades expansion. Fans buying on EA Origin will get FFXV Decal Selection pack. Other pre-order bonuses will be announced later.
Microsoft Store users will get a nice bundle of Phoenix Downs and Elixirs to use from the start of the game, along with a special sword.
The demo will allow fans to play through all of "Chapter 1" and fully explore the tutorial and opening quests of the epic adventure in Eos.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will support up to 8k resolution with HDR10 and Dobly Atmos, as well as mod support and all released DLC and updates.