'Final Fantasy XV' Release Date, News & Update: Japan Gets New Exclusive Demo; All 'Final Fantasy 15' Deals, Editions You Can Get!

By Christian Ver Marcelo , Updated Nov 12, 2016 09:53 AM EST

"Final Fantasy 15" will be officially released at the tail end of the month. However, as if the hype could not get any stronger, trailers and other surprises are being dropped by the game publisher. Just recently, Japan gets a taste of a new demo.

Japan Gets New Game Demo Ahead of Release

Game developer and publisher Square Enix will officially be launching "Final Fantasy 15" on November 29. With this, the company is continuing to build up the hype by dropping some bombshell details and surprises for the fans. As it turns out, the entire scale and scope of "Final Fantasy 15" is really huge, as up to now, new information continue to come up.

"Final Fantasy 15" creator Hajime Tabata is the main man behind these surprise releases. In a report from Game Rant, Square Enix had said that there was not much to discuss anymore regarding the game's development, as the release will be happening in about three weeks. However, Tabata announced that starting tomorrow, the Japan region will be able to access an exclusive demo titled "Final Fantasy 15 Judgment Disc."

This is an interesting move made by Tabata and Square Enix itself, as players may have already made up their minds about "Final Fantasy 15." However, Tabata notes the importance of the demo, saying that it is for those who are still left undecided on purchasing the title.

"Final Fantasy 15" Deals

For those looking for "Final Fantasy 15" deals, there's nothing but good news as there are plenty of options here. There is the Angler Set that includes a tackle box set for the player to fish across the map. There's also the Gourmand Set that gives two types of rare cooking ingredients. The Camera Kit then gives "Final Fantasy 15" players a camera body and lens for in-game pictures.

There are also four Recolor packs of "Final Fantasy 15," ranging from 16-Bit, Gold Chocobo, Cindymobile, and Platinum Leviathan. There is also the Ultimate Collector's Edition, the Deluxe Edition, and the Day One Edition. All these editions add nothing but great gameplay experience and tons of freebies to "Final Fantasy 15." The game is playable through both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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