Final Fantasy XV Collector's Edition
The "Final Fantasy XV" Ultimate Collector's Edition will only have 30,000 copies. Square Enix

Even after the unexpected early leak of the demo video of “Final Fantasy XV” hours before the Uncovered event took place, fans were still treated to a lot of surprises and announcements. The first and already known information was that the game will indeed launch for the PS4 and Xbox One on Sept. 30.

Square Enix Associate Product Manager Mat Kishimoto had revealed via PlayStation Blog the numerous new information acquired at Uncovered. Those who wanted a new trailer can enjoy one by means of the Reclaim Your Throne trailer, which has new combat set in the tune of a new theme song. This theme song is apparently performed by Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine.

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As far as gameplay details go, the new trailer shows off chocobo riding, some of the battle mechanics at play, use of magic and even how Titans are summoned in “Final Fantasy XV.” Beyond the game, Square Enix has also announced a new five-part series titled “Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV, with the first episode already available for viewing. The 12-minute Episode 1 showcases battle scenes that feature battle mechanics, and can still be enjoyed with its Japanese dub and English subtitles, seen below.

There’s also an upcoming full CG movie, “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy.” The story for the movie will revolve around Nyx, who is a member of Kingsglaive forces. “Game of Thrones” fans will be delighted to know that two actors who played big characters from the HBO original series will be lending their voices in the new movie. These are Cersei Lannister’s Lena Headey and Ned Stark’s Sean Bean, IGN reported.

A Platinum Demo has also been announced, confirming earlier reports of players being able to play as a young Noctis. This Noctis version will have a furry companion, the earlier teased Carbuncle.

Finally, the Square Enix Online Store has already listed the Ultimate Collector’s Edition for “Final Fantasy XV.” Available for both Xbox One and PS4 for US$269.99, the features the main game, the Kingsglaive movie, a hardcover 192-page artbook, exclusive steelbook, special soundtrack and an exclusive Play Arts Kai Noctis action figure. There are also a couple of bonus content and in-game item packs, as well as the “Final Fantasy XV” postcard set with five cards included. This version is extremely limited, as there will only be 30,000 sold worldwide.

There is also a “Final Fantasy XV” Deluxe Edition, which features the game and the Kingsglaive movie. Or for those who just want to play the game, there’s also the Day One Edition featuring a physical copy of “Final Fantasy XV.”

"Final Fantasy XV" anime episode 1 (Credit: YouTube/Final Fantasy XV"