Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition Articles RSS Feed | Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition RSS Feed on en Launch Media Network PlayStation Games Under Sale Discounts Very Good Games Wed, 20 Jan 2021 14:04:15 -0500 Josh Broadwell

PlayStation's New Year sale might be over, but never fear deal hunters: another sale has taken its place. PlayStation's Games Under sale is live now through February 3, with deals on a huge range of games of all kinds, including Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Death Stranding, and more.

As Sony continues to take notes from Steam by holding sale after sale, it's likely this there will be even more deals on the horizon if you don't find something that suites your fancy here. 

PlayStation Games Under Sale

Game Sales Price Original Price
  Resident Evil 2 Deluxe Edition  $19.99  $49.99
  Assassin's Creed Odyssey  $14.99  $59.99
  Death Stranding  $19.99  $39.99
  Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered $13.99  $49.99
  LittleBigPlanet 3  $9.99  $19.99
  Monster Hunter: World Iceborne  $19.79  $29.99
  Dead By Daylight Special Edition  $14.99  $29.99
  Yakuza 0 $4.99  $19.99
  L.A. Noir  $19.99  $39.99
  Dragon Age: Inquisition GOTY Edition  $9.99  $39.99
  Bloodborne  $12.99  $19.99
  Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gold Edition  $19.99  $39.99
  Team Sonic Racing  $17.99  $29.99
  Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Deluxe Edition  $11.99  $79.99
  Overcooked: Gourmet Edition  $7.99  $19.99
  Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory  $14.99  $59.99
  Alien Isolation  $5.99  $29.99
  Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus  $11.99  $39.99
  Metro Exodus Gold Edition  $19.49  $64.99
  Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Edition  $9.99  $19.99


Here's the full list. And while we wait on Returnal as the first big PlayStation 5 exclusive of 2021, don't forget all these are playable on the PS5 via backwards compatibility. Stay tuned for more. 

Final Fantasy 15 First-Person Mode Guide Wed, 07 Mar 2018 14:45:25 -0500 Jonathan Moore

With the release of its Royal Edition on console and Windows Edition on PC, Final Fantasy 15 is the first game in the series to include a first-person mode. Much like GTA 5's first-person mode, FFXV's game-altering perspective will let you explore the world of Eos directly through the eyes of the game's main characters. 

To activate this mode on console (PS4, PS4 Pro, and Xbox One), simultaneously press in both of the control sticks on either the Dualshock 4 (L3+R3) or Xbox One controller (LS+RS). 

To activate it on PC, simply press the "N" key on your keyboard. 

If you want to switch back to third-person view in either the Royal Edition or the Windows Edition of the game, simply depress the control sticks or "N" key again -- and you're back seeing things in over-the-shoulder mode. 


There's no doubt the first-person perspective can get a little hectic in FFXV, but being able to ride a Chocobo around Eos while seeing everything from the saddle makes it all worth it.   

For more tips and strategies on this popular JRPG, make sure to click here for other FFXV guides! Here are some to get you started: 

Final Fantasy 15 Television or Home Theater Guide Wed, 07 Mar 2018 15:22:23 -0500 Jonathan Moore

Both Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition and Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition are finally out -- and both pose the question to new players: "Display or Home Theater?".

One edition brings brand-new content to console players, while the other finally brings the lauded JRPG to PC players. However, both editions of the game ask the same question at startup. Here's what it means and what you should pick. 

Which Sound Option Should I Choose? 

Ultimately, this question in Final Fantasy 15 comes down to your sound setup -- not the type of display you're using. Essentially, it's asking if you're using your T.V. or monitor speakers, budget computer speakers, or a home surround sound system

In this case, the T.V. option means you're using stereo sound, while the home theater option means you're probably using surround sound. Here's a quick breakdown: 

  • Television or Monitor: This is the option you'll choose for a two-channel stereo setup. Choose this if you're using your screen's built-in speakers or low-end computer speakers. 

  • Home Theater: This is a DTS or Dolby 5.1/7.1 surround sound setup. Choose this if you're using a high-end arrangement with satellite speakers or a quality soundbar. 

Also of note, your choice could also impact the sound quality of your favorite gaming headset. If you're using a headset like the Logitech G533 for FFXV Windows Edition, you're going to want to choose the home theater option since that headset is set up for surround sound. However, if you're playing FFXV Royal Edition on console and using a lower-end headset or one built for stereo, you're going to want to choose display for the best audio quality. 


And that's all you need to know about getting your sound right in Final Fantasy 15. If you're looking for more tips and strategies for this popular JRPG, make sure to check out our other FFXV guides! Here are a few to get you started: