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PlayStation4 Console

PlayStation 4

PS4 Logo The PlayStation 4, abbreviated as PS4, is a video game console from Sony. It is the successor to the PlayStation 3, and along with the Xbox One and Wii U, is part of the eighth console generation. As with other PlayStation consoles since the PS3, it has access to PlayStation Network. It was released in November 2013.

Final Fantasy titles for PS4Edit

Game Release Date Metascore
Flag of Japan Japan Flag of the United States North America European flag Europe
Final Fantasy VII Winter 2015 December 7, 2015 December 7, 2015 N/A
Final Fantasy VII Remake TBA TBA TBA N/A
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster May 14, 2015 May 12, 2015 May 15, 2015 83
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age[1][2] 2017 2017 2017 N/A
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn April 14, 2014 April 14, 2014 April 14, 2014 86
Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward June 23, 2015 June 23, 2015 June 23, 2015 85
Final Fantasy XV November 29, 2016 November 29, 2016 November 29, 2016 N/A
A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV November 29, 2016 November 29, 2016 November 29, 2016 N/A
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD March 19, 2015 March 17, 2015 March 20, 2015 73
Dissidia Final Fantasy TBA TBA TBA N/A
World of Final Fantasy October 27, 2016 October 25, 2016 October 28, 2016 N/A


PlayStation NowEdit

PlayStation Now is a service which allow users to pay for access to a selection of original PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation 3 titles on either a per-game basis or via a subscription.

The following Final Fantasy titles were available to use with the PlayStation Now streaming service until they were removed in October 2015.:

PlayStation VREdit

  • Final Fantasy XIV
  • Final Fantasy XV: VR Experience

Special limited editionsEdit

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm RebornEdit

This bundle was released on April 14, 2014 in Sony Japan stores, limited to only 1,400 units. The package includes a PlayStation 4 console with a 500 GB hard drive, a copy of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn on disc, and a laser etched hard drive bay cover. The bundle costs 45,180 yen plus tax.

Final Fantasy XIV: HeavenswardEdit

A limited edition Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation TV will be released exclusively on Sony's stores in Japan.

A downloadable code for the Heavensward PlayStation theme will be included in the package.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit


The Japanese release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD was available as a special hardware bundle which included a Final Fantasy Type-0-themed PlayStation 4 along with a copy of the game, a Dualshock 4 controller, a Final Fantasy Type-0 theme, and a download code for Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae. The bundle was priced at ¥46,980 ($393) when it launched on March 19.[3]

To commemorate the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD in North America, Square Enix organized a sweepstakes for a chance to win a custom Final Fantasy Type-0-themed PlayStation 4 console for those who pre-ordered the Collector's Edition version.

Dragon Quest X Final Fantasy Special Hard Drive coverEdit

DQ FF ps4faceplate

The limited edition Dragon Quest X Final Fantasy faceplate for the PS4 can only be won from a raffle.

A custom PlayStation 4 faceplate featuring the moogle from Final Fantasy Type-0 and Slime from Dragon Quest Heroes was raffled off in Japan. By purchasing both Final Fantasy Type-0 and Dragon Quest Heroes for the PlayStation 4, players had a chance of owning one of the 100 limited edition faceplate.[4]

Final Fantasy XVEdit

The special edition PlayStation 4 Slim for Final Fantasy XV has a moon decal on the surface. The Chinese version has the emblem of the Kingdom of Lucis, and the name of the game is styled as "Final Fantasy 15" as using Roman Numerals is not common in China.

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