Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition
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Publisher: Square Enix
・A new dungeon leading straight to the game's climactic end
・First-Person View mode allowing players to see Eos through Noctis's eyes
・New gear, new bosses and more
・All current season pass content including: EPISODE GLADIOLUS, EPISODE PROMPTO, MULTIPLAYER EXPANSION: COMRADES and EPISODE IGNIS
・More than a dozen pieces of downloadable content including weapons, Regalia car skins and item sets
FINAL FANTASY XV ROYAL EDITION- Announcement Trailer
Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition: Official Reveal Trailer
Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition is one of the best RPG games in this generation in the best possible version. With the main game you will spend about 30 hours to finish the main story and nearly double that number to finish the additional tasks, you will also get many additional bonuses and DLCs that will doubles the fun. The game had some problems with its side activities and quests but I can't deny that I enjoy my game experience to the fullest. This is the best version of Final Fantasy XV ever.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
The best version of Final Fantasy XV so far. Plenty of content and DLCs included to spend hundreds of hours leading Noctis and his mates to restore the kingdom of Lucis. Even it still needs to improve the story, the game feels more elaborated and well developed than one year and a half ago. Perfect chance for a second opportunity.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition brings a nice set of content to a two-year old experience, which includes an extended map, a new/awesome action in Armiger Unleashed, new vehicles to work with and a more open world feel to it all. Be forewarned, though, for those experiencing it for the first time you will also get the flaws that still exist from the 2016 release. The new content does help motivate the continuation of the game and does a solid job of engaging the player, far more than the initial release, but it also sprinkles in lingering thoughts of what could have been, if there had been more time and money spent with the game.