Final Fantasy XIV gets Collector’s Edition, Date

By on September 22, 2010

Collector’s Edition launches in Europe tomorrow.

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Square Enix Limited, the publisher of SQUARE ENIX interactive entertainment products in Europe and other PAL territories, announced today that the highly anticipated MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) game FINAL FANTASY XIV launches tomorrow with the release of the Windows PC Collector’s Edition.

The FINAL FANTASY XIV Collector’s Edition offers early access to adventurers eager to embark on this exciting new chapter in the FINAL FANTASY series by granting entry into to the realm of Eorzea ahead of the global release on 30 September 2010 for Windows PC (Standard Edition). The PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system version will be released in early March 2011.

Eorzea, an awe-inspiring land of endless possibilities. Whether you choose to battle fierce creatures in the wilderness, fashion the ultimate blade in the forge, or swap tall tales in the local tavern, the history of FINAL FANTASY XIV will be shaped by your actions. Choose from an exotic variety of races, looks and classes to fashion your hero. Change classes simply by equipping a different weapon or tool and tackle an ever-changing assortment of levequests alone or with friends. The age of adventure has begun.

“This September, players around the world will join together to explore the fascinating and exciting realm of Eorzea,” said Hiromichi Tanaka, Producer of FINAL FANTASY XIV. “We’re presenting players with a new style of online gameplay, that we know will please avid fans of online games, but welcome more casual gamers as well with the variety of gameplay and story-driven content.”

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  • achikochi

    I want it on my PS3, it's a nice collector.

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