Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Reveals Collector's and Limited Editions

Published: March 14, 2017 6:53 PM /


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Good news for Final Fantasy XII fans, limited editions of the Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age remake have been announced from Square-Enix.

Available only on the Square Enix online store, the Collector’s Edition is priced at $199.99 and includes the game as well as a host of other goodies for fans. The “Judge Magisters” mini bust set is exclusive to the collection and includes busts of Judges Bergan, Drace, Gabranth, Ghis, and Zargabaath. The game will come in a steelbook featuring artwork especially for the collection, and there will be a selection of soundtrack music by Hitoshi Sakimoto, original composer for Final Fantasy XII and for all of the games featured in the Ivalice Alliance as well as a digital code provided in order to unlock the official soundtrack background music option while in-game. To top it off, the Collector’s Edition also comes with a set of six art cards, one each for Vaan, Ashe, Basch, Fran & Balthier, Penelo and World of Ivalice.


The less pricey Limited Edition of The Zodiac Age are available at select retailers including Amazon and Gamestop, as well as the official Square Enix Store. For $49.99, the game comes in a limited edition steelbook case and features artwork by Akihiko Yoshida as well as the above-mentioned code for the in-game soundtrack included with the Collector’s Edition.

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The first print run of the basic standard edition will also include reversible cover art sheets featuring work by Yoshida. Pre-ordering the game on the Playstation Store will net you a Final Fantasy XII system theme which unlocks immediately, as well as four music tracks by Sakimoto which will be unlocked when the game is released.

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Additionally, Balthier will be available to download as a summon champion in World of Final Fantasy starting March 23.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is set to be released on July 11, 2017, for PS4 and is rated T for Teen.

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