Just yesterday we revealed that further collaborations between Square Enix and other games publishers were coming to Final Fantasy XV, now Square Enix have revealed that for the Steam version of FF15 they are teaming with Valve to offer the Half-Life Pack.
Players of Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition with the Half-Life Pack will be able to dress up as Gordon Freeman in both single-player and Comrades Multiplayer.
Anyone who buys Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition on Steam before May 1 will get the Half-Life Pack, containing the following items:
These items will be available in both single-player and Comrades Multiplayer. No idea yet how powerful they'll be, but at least now we know what happened to Gordon after Half-Life 2: Episode 2.
Square Enix revealed the news on Twitter.
We revealed yesterday that the previous Final Fantasy XV collaboration, with Ubisoft for the Assassin's Creed Festival, was sadly not coming to PC - but Square Enix did tell us that further publisher collaborations were planned. Guess this was one of them.
Hopefully further collaborations will be game-wide events rather than platform-specific bonuses. It's certainly still a neat bonus for Steam owners.
At the same time, Square Enix also announced that a playable PC demo is coming on February 26, a week before the game's release. Good news if you want to test all the game's features out on PC and the Benchmark Tool isn't good enough for you.