World of Final Fantasy gets Collector's Edition with 3D pop-up book, mini-figurines, and more

In addition to revealing its Collector's Edition, Square Enix has released a new trailer for the game that shows off many of its features, inclluding tamable beasts and the ability to team up with classic Final Fantasy heroes.


Square Enix has announced its upcoming extremely-adorable RPG, World of Final Fantasy, is getting a Collector’s Edition that offers a number of mini figurines, an art book, and more.

The World of Final Fantasy Collector’s Edition is presented within a pop-up book which features various scenes from the game through 3D paper cutouts. As its owner opens the pop-up book, its physical content can then be discovered. The physical content includes a copy of the game, an 80-page hardback artbook, the game’s original soundtrack, a set of three mini figurines that include Cloud, Lightning, and Squall, and extra digital content. The digital content includes a White Chocobo, Glow Moogle and Red Bonnetberry mirages, a Sephiroth summon and a Japanese voice-over option add-on.

The Collector’s Edition is available exclusively through the Square Enix Online Store for $119.99.

In addition to the Collector’s Edition, there will also be Limited and Day One Editions of World of Final Fantasy. Both cost $59.99 and feature the same extra digital content included in the Collector’s Edition, with the only difference being the Limited Edition features unique packaging and a 24-page artbook.

In addition to today’s reveal of the Collector’s, Limited, and Day One Editions of World of Final Fantasy, a new trailer has been released. The “Welcome to Grymoire” trailer highlights the different environments we can expect to experience in the game. We’re also shown some of the creatures we can befriend and train, the ability to change your appearance for strategic purposes, and introduced to some of the allies we can team up with from across the Final Fantasy universe.

World of Final Fantasy is scheduled to release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on October 25, 2016.

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