Final Fantasy Explorers Gets a Collector’s Edition

Yesterday, on the latest Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that SQUARE ENIX will release a Collector’s Edition for FINAL FANTASY EXPLORERS that will be limited and available exclusively through the Square Enix Online Store.

Final Fantasy Explorers Collectors Edition

The collector’s edition includes the following:

  • Copy of Final Fantasy Explorers game
  • 32-page artbook featuring illustrations by renowned artists Yoshitaka Amano, Gen Kobayashi and Toshiyuki Itahana
  • “Songs for the Journey,” a 20-track music soundtrack sampler comprised of tracks by celebrated Composer Tsuyoshi Sekito
  • Themed FINAL FANTASY EXPLORERS Nintendo 3DS hard case
  • Exclusive box packaging, featuring the artwork of series concept artist Amano

In addition, the Collector’s Edition will also have codes exclusive to the Western release to unlock in-game quests that allow players to obtain a set of legendary FINAL FANTASY weapons (as seen in the image above).

FINAL FANTASY EXPLORERS will be available on Jan. 26, 2016, for Nintendo 3DS in North America, and will be priced at $39.99 MSRP. The Collector’s Edition will be sold exclusively through the Square Enix Online Store for $69.99.

About FINAL FANTASY EXPLORERS:

FINAL FANTASY EXPLORERS is a new action-role playing adventure game set for release on January 26, 2016. Either through solo play or with up to four Explorers, players can dive into dungeons to collect crystals scattered throughout the world while battling classic FINAL FANTASY enemies.

The game focuses on cooperative play with friends and utilizes a refined party system allowing Explorers to master over 20 new and familiar jobs—including series classics like Dragoon, Dark Knight, Black Mage and White Mage—to defeat the realm’s mightiest monsters and even recruit them for battle. Players will have the ability to call upon the powers of eidolons like Ifrit and Bahamut, as well as transform into other legendary characters from the FINAL FANTASY series, such as Cloud, Squall and Lightning, via the Trance feature.

 

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