Everything Included in the FFXVI Collector’s Edition

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Everything Included in the FFXVI Collector's Edition

Final Fantasy XVI has finally arrived! Following the hype generated by the fantastic free demo version, many gamers chose to jump into the full game today – and if you’re still on the fence, or you’re so entranced by Square Enix’s new action RPG that you want to get the most out of it, you can consider the spectacular big-box physical Collector’s Edition. Let’s see what Final Fantasy XVI Collector’s Edition comes with and whether it’s worth it.

Everything That Comes With the Final Fantasy XVI (FF16) Collector’s Edition

The $350 Final Fantasy XVI Collector’s Edition contains all of the following:

  • Final Fantasy XVI Standard Edition of the game
  • Collector’s Edition Goods Box that comes with:
    • Premium Phoenix vs Ifrit Statue
    • Metal Eikon Pin Collection
    • Clive Rosfield Steelbook Case for the game
    • Cloth with a World Map of Valisthea

Related: All Summons (Eikons) In Final Fantasy XVI

The Collector’s Edition comes with additional digital and in-game bonuses:

  • Additional Weapon (Collector’s Edition Exclusive): Blood Sword
  • Additional Weapon (Pre-order Bonus): Braveheart
  • Additional Accessory (Pre-order Bonus): Cait Sith Charm
  • Additional Accessory (Collector’s Edition Exclusive): Scholar’s Spectacles
  • Additional Digital Bonuses:
    • Digital Mini Artbook (Collector’s Edition Exclusive)
    • Digital Mini Soundtrack (Collector’s Edition Exclusive)
  • The Realms of Valisthea 6” Printed Cloth Banners (Square Enix Store pre-order bonus while supplies last)
  • Special Final Fantasy XVI Pre-Order Steelbook Case (Square Enix Store pre-order bonus while supplies last)

That would be all that comes with the physical Collector’s Edition for Final Fantasy XVI. Is it worth it? With Collector’s Edition for $350, you basically only get a fancy statue and a couple of small bonuses that you can realistically do without. But, like I always say, if you are a super-fan everything is worth it, on the other hand for casual players the Standard or Deluxe Edition will be more than fine.

For more Final Fantasy XVI here on Prima Games check out how to get a Chocobo, learn how to beat the Eikon of Fire Ifrit, and find out how to use Active Time Lore.

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Nikola "Nick" Jovanovic

Nick has been a Prima Games Staff Writer since May 2022, an old-school gamer, and a gamer journalist with over 25 years of expertise. Our resident micro-influencer from Serbia! When he's not driving through Belgrade, he's probably racing in Gran Turismo or Forza, playing some strange JRPG games or just watching pro wrestling.