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Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition due out in February By Chelsi Laire on January 29, 2018 at 11:55 AM

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition will be making its way to smartphones next month.

Consisting of ten episodes, Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is a retelling of the main game, giving fans and newcomers alike the freedom to journey through Eos whenever and from wherever they want. It will feature the main characters and story of both the console version and Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition, which means it would include all the content from patches and DLC episodes released during the base game’s post-release.

All ten episodes will be available at launch, with the first episode at no charge. Episodes 2 – 10 may be purchased individually or as a bundle. Episode 2-3 each cost $0.99, while the rest of the episodes cost $3.99 individually. The bundle with all episodes cost $19.99.

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition will also support iPhones and iPads running on iOS 11.1 or later, select Android devices running on Android 5.0 or later. The game is currently available for pre-registration on both the App Store and Google Play.

Syndicated and edited from our sister site, RPG Site.

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  • Krijn van Alten

    A.K.A. ‘the game nobody asked for’.

  • fish8100

    I’m actually looking forward to this to be honest. Haven’t play on the consoles at all the past few weeks and this is gonna be nice to just chill and play through stressful times.

  • •december

    I’m an absolutely huge fan of Final Fantasy XV,
    but I have to agree with Krijn, nobody asked for this.

    I’m gonna ignore this, I know its for Japanese market cause they love mobile titles

  • •december

    it only goes up to chapter 10 lol

    there’s no chapters 11-15

  • •december

    oh… and it only goes up to Chapter 10
    lol no Pitioss, no Prompto falling off the train
    No, shiva corpse or survival horror chapter 13 Zegnautus… pass ! lol

  • stevenm281

    it doesnt go up to Chapter 10, the whole game is divided in 10 Episodes rather than 15, to make each part slightly bigger.

  • •december

    I saw the game went up to Chapter 10
    I’ll believe it when I see Pitioss in mobile format

  • stevenm281

    On the official website they have a screenshot of Noctis in Insomnia at the end of the game wearing the king’s uniform in front of Ifrit.

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/7dxg_zHawdmiiPv9TXChmUYxBQ7v5oQW7FxN2raODmhEolZKYRfCahpa5EYvODbHu85I=h900

  • fish8100

    Well it says “Now you can enjoy the FINAL FANTASY XV story across 10 exciting chapters.” on the google play page.

    I’m guessing that’s the whole game. Doesn’t need to be the same amount of chapters to include the same story.

  • Brandon

    Pitioss won’t be there. It’s just the main storyline, from the initial stop at Hammerhead to the very final boss. No sidequests, as they’ve told us. Multiple articles about this have stated that it’s the entire main story of the game.

  • Brandon

    I’m lookin’ forward to this! It looks silly and cute. It makes sense for them to do this; mobile gaming is huge in Japan, but it’s also huge here in the USA, and their polls said that many peoples’ first experiences with Final Fantasy nowadays was with the mobile versions.

  • •december

    No Pitioss, no deal!
    Pitioss was entirely designed to be on a mobile game!
    It could be it’s own game dude lol

  • •december

    Thanks for the clarification!
    Like I said to this other guy, no Pitioss, no sale lol
    I’ll watch the scenes on Youtube… i’m keeping my copy of XV 😉

  • •december

    Thanks for clarification!
    But still no Pitioss 🙁

  • •december

    times change i guess!
    i wish them the success with this title
    but i’m waiting for Royal Edition !

  • Brandon

    Pitioss is entirely a platforming dungeon in a game whose controls aren’t exactly made for platforming. I’d be down for a mobile game that’s just various 2D platforming levels based on it, but it seems odd to be only wanting that in the game.

  • Justice V

    Technically that’s also the very begining of the game too.

  • •december

    the switch to platform/2D/2.5D makes it seem very mobile friendly in my eyes… Pitioss was very different to the main game in every respect it was memorable and caught me off guard!

  • stevenm281

    which was dumb as fuck, what a way to spoil the end of the journey.

  • Sammakko

    There are always people who wanted to play the game, but they don’t have x console to play it. But now they can.

  • ShiruXIII

    Finally some good news !
    Removing sidequests (Fedex) and focusing on the main story is a really good idea and a huge potential to improve the storytelling !

    I was really excited when I saw Older Noctis standing before Ifrit :).

  • ShiruXIII

    The idea was interesting, but only if it was for a flash-forward of the middle of the game.

  • •december

    Yeah they should’ve canceled that out with some sort of flash-forward, but in Royal Expansion I got a lucky feeling they ironed out the imbalances…!

  • Justice V

    Yeah. I flip flop on how I feel about it. In some ways cool, in others it would have been cool to keep the time jump a secret till near the end of the game.

  • stevenm281

    I guess after they removed the original opening (invasion of Insomnia), and they were left with the broken car opening, maybe they knew it wasnt much of an epic opening and they didn’t know how to make it better so they opted for the preview of the Ifrit fight. Who knows?

    If it would have been me, I would have kept the invasion, but if I have to keep the broken car opening, I would have made the group cruise in Lucis to then be attacked by some huge monster or some regiment of the Empire that would push the car off the road after the group jumped off of it, to then walk ourselves to Hammerhead after fighting the monster or regiment.

  • Justice V

    Well I liked the fact the king spirited them away before the invasion started (since we wouldn’t be getting the full gameplay of the invasion anymore). Having them get attacked would likely make them either go back to check on the king, which actually coulda been kinda cool if they tried and the bridges to Insomnia got destroyed and then were forced to go back to their original plan. But the end credits scene with Prompto breaking the car maybe shoulda been in the game at some point still? Dunno.