The pre-order incentives of LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII has been announced by Square Enix Ltd. The game is all set to be released on February 14, 2014 in Europe and PAL territories. LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII will be available for both XBOX 360 and Sony PlayStation 3.
LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII – Pre-order Incentives
Square Enix has offered two important pre-order incentives. Here is the official description of the pre-order incentives:
PRE-ORDER BONUS PACK:
Limited edition Steelbook including downloadable content token which gives access to the iconic gear of Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII, including the legendary Buster Sword and Soldier’s Band! Cloud’s famous victory pose and fanfare have also been faithfully recreated! The downloadable content will be available to use for those who get the Pre-Order Bonus Pack, on launch of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. The specific abilities that come with the Cloud outfit and weapon will be announced later.
LIGHTNING SAMURAI SET:
Themed around the renowned samurai warriors, each garb in this three-set collection offers unique looks and abilities. Includes “Shogun”, “Sohei Savior” and “Flower of Battle” items. Defeat your enemies with the honour of the samurai.
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