Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition trolls Valve fans with Half-Life costumes

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Final Fantasy XV is coming to PC in March.

The real kick here is the exclusive items that you get.

The pack offers an in-game suit for Noctis based on Half-Life's Gordon Freeman.

The Windows version of Final Fantasy XV was announced at Gamescom 2017, with the game's director saying that development on PC was "100 times" easier than the console versions.

Meanwhile, those who purchase the game from the Microsoft Store or Electronic Arts' Origin service will also get their own set of bonuses. The costume will also be available for multiplayer avatars when playing the Comrades expansion. The pack includes 10 phoenix downs, 10 elixirs, and a legendary sword called Dodanuki. The most exciting part of buying off the Microsoft Store, though, is that users' PC save data will be compatible with the Xbox One version of the game as well.

As for members of Electronic Arts' Origin service, they'll be treated to a set of auto decals if they pre-order in advance of March 6.

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition is due out on March 6.

And if that's not enough, there will be a demo available on February 26 which allows for players to play the entirety of the first chapter in order to see whether the full game will be worth the purchase.

While there is still a bit of a wait before people can play the full version of Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition, there will be an opportunity to try the game ahead of launch.