Final Fantasy 16 pre-order bonus: How to claim & edition differences

Andrew Highton
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Final Fantasy 16 is almost here, and there are a variety of editions of the game for fans to pre-order which all include unique bonuses. Here’s a full rundown of every edition of Final Fantasy 16 available to pre-order and how to claim bonuses from it.

Like most AAA games nowadays, Square Enix has provided several versions of their upcoming JRPG to purchase. From the standard physical and digital copies to an extremely fancy Collector’s Edition, there’s an edition of Final Fantasy XVI to pre-order that will suit both diehard fans and newcomers alike.

If you’re looking to pre-order the game and get your hands on some exciting bonuses, we’ve got you covered with a full rundown of every edition of Final Fantasy 16 you can get.


different editions in final fantasy 16

Standard Edition ($69.99)

If you’re after a physical copy of the Final Fantasy 16 Standard Edition, then it will predictably come with the barebones minimum expected from this selection – one copy of the game.

Deluxe Edition ($84.99)

For a slightly meatier experience, the Deluxe Edition comes sprinkled with a bit more magic and summons a few more goodies for you:

  • A copy of Final Fantasy 16
  • Special Clive Rosfield SteelBook Case
  • Cloth Map of Valisthea

For the digital format of the Deluxe Edition, here’s the extra content you’ll get along the way:

  • Digital Mini Artbook
  • Digital Mini Soundtrack

Collector’s Edition ($349.99)

Seasoned Final Fantasy fans and players just generally hyped for Final Fantasy 16 might fancy the full-on Collector’s Edition. If that is you, here’s what you’re in for:

  • A copy of Final Fantasy 16
  • Special Clive Rosfield SteelBook Case
  • Cloth Map of Valisthea
  • Premium Statue: Phoenix vs Ifrit
  • Metal Eikon Pin Collection
  • Blood Sword (DLC)
  • Digital Mini Artbook
  • Digital Mini Soundtrack

Final Fantasy 16 pre-order bonuses

Pre-ordering Final Fantasy 16 will secure you a copy of the game, but it will also land you additional rewards that you can check out right here:

  • Braveheart Sword: All editions
  • Cait Sith Charm: All editions
  • Scholar’s Spectacles: Standard Edition (Digital), Deluxe Edition (Digital), Collector’s Edition

How to claim pre-order bonuses in Final Fantasy 16

Claiming Pre-Order bonuses in FF16
Players can now claim their pre-order bonuses in the game.

In order to claim your Final Fantasy 16 pre-order bonus, you need to first complete the ‘A Chance Encounter’ quest in the main campaign. This is the fourth main quest that comes right after the demo mission ends.

As soon as you are done clearing this quest, click the options button on your controller to open the main menu. Click the L2 and R2 buttons to navigate to the System tab on the far right.

Under the System option, click the L1 and R1 buttons to navigate to the end towards the Treasure Chest icon labeled as Redeemable Items. If you’ve pre-ordered the game, you will be able to see all the three rewards listed one after the other.

Simply hover your cursor over them and press X to claim them. Then, click on Yes to complete the claiming process. Once you’ve claimed all the three rewards, you’ll be able to assign them to your character in the Gear & Eikons menu.

That’s everything you need to know about the different editions and pre-order bonuses available and how to claim them for Final Fantasy 16. For more guides and content on the title, check out our other articles down below:

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