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Submitted by SarahFox 765d ago | news

Final Fantasy XIV Collector's Edition Digital Version available from Amazon

The launch of Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn is finally almost here, for fans that have been waiting years for the game to launch, pre-ordering the game is just a downright necessity. Since the game is a little cheaper than most titles ($39 for PS3 and $30 for PC) many people have wanted to jump to the Collector’s Edition. (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PC, PS3, PS4)

6DEAD6END6  +   765d ago
Is this coming to the PS4?
SarahFox  +   765d ago
yes it is.
6DEAD6END6  +   765d ago
Thanks
Myst  +   765d ago
It'll be sometime later next year so won't be a launch just to let you know.
6DEAD6END6  +   765d ago
That's too bad wished it was at launch but bubbles for you guys for the help.
Darkfist  +   765d ago
when is the open beta?
JAMurida  +   765d ago
Dam, thought this was PS3-digital. I really hope they make a PSN digital version of the game.

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