Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition launched on Android and iOS

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition launched on Android and iOS
Following the successful release of Final Fantasy XV on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and before the game's PC launch slated for March 6, Square Enix outs the mobile version of its latest title in the popular RPG saga.

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition consists of 10 chapters that follow the adventures of Noctis and his friends in their attempt to save the nations of Lucis and Niflheim. The first chapter of the game is available for free, but you'll have to pay for the other nine if you want to continue to play it.

If you really want the game, you have two choices: either pay $20 for all nine chapters or purchase each chapter individually for prices that range from $0.99-$3.99.

Furthermore, Square Enix launched two versions of the game. The most basic one requires 5GB of storage, while high-resolution version needs 8GB of free space. Other than that, you'll need a smartphone with 1.5GHz CPU and at least 2GB RAM inside, as well as Android 5.0 or later.

Even if your device meets the listed requirements, Square Enix says that some devices may still not be supported, which is why it's better to install it and try to play the first chapter before buying the game.

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