The highly-anticipated PS4 port of Final Fantasy XII is getting a pair of special editions; select retailers will carry the Limited Edition, which packs the game in a fancy steelbook case and includes a code to unlock the original background music during the game. Presumably, this will be released as premium DLC at some point down the line for purchasers of the base game.
Meanwhile, the Collector's Edition contains the steelbook (though with different art) and DLC code, but also a slew of additional goodies, including a set of six art cards featuring characters from the game, a selection of soundtrack music, and a set of mini busts. These statues display the visages of five of FFXII's intimidating Judges, and are exclusive to the Collector's Edition; they will not be sold separately.
The standard version of The Zodiac Age and the Limited Edtion both retail for $ 49.99. However, the Collector's Edition costs a whopping $ 199.99, and is only available to pre-order at the Square Enix online store.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age launches on July 11, exclusively for PlayStation 4. For more on the improvements present in the upcoming remaster, check out GI's interview with The Zodiac Age's director and producer.