The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) published earlier this week a rating for a game titled "Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition". The game will come with all of the additions and enhancements that the PS4 version did, but will also be getting a few features of its own.
Seeing that Square Enix once revealed that they will give Kingdom Hearts 3 their undivided attention once they are done with Final Fantasy XV, the latest statement suggests on more delays to Kingdom Hearts 3's release date.
New Game Plus and New Game Minus - Post-game content modes are now accessible from the beginning of the game. You can use 21:9 ultra-wide monitors with it, and it will run at 60 FPS.
The game was quite polarizing when it originally released back in 2016, because a lot of people felt as if the story was kind of slow starting out, and then three quarters of the way through it took a really, really, dark turn.
Here's a look at what comes in the Collector's Edition.
Ahead of that time, you can check out the game as part of a special open beta that begins this week on January 12.
Pre-orders for the standard Steam version are not yet open, however, but you can get a look at the store page here.
It would stand to reason that perhaps Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition is a combination of all of Square's efforts to make the game more accommodating to everyone by combining all of the previously released DLC and making the game a complete experience from start to finish.