10,000 More Final Fantasy XV Ultimate Collector’s Editions Will Be Available on May 23

May 20, 2016 Written by Jason Dunning

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If you missed out on the first batch of Final Fantasy XV Ultimate Collector’s Editions, Square Enix will have 10,000 more available on Monday, May 23.

The distribution process varies by region and will either see you being contacted by Square Enix based on your order in the waiting list, or having to buy one from their store:

North and South America

The newly produced copies of the UCE will be distributed to fans based upon their order within our waiting list. Successful fans will receive an e-mail containing a private link to purchase a UCE, this link will only be valid for 48 hours. These e-mails will be sent out on May 23rd at 9AM PDT. If we do not receive your order during this period, the UCE will go on sale to the next person on the waiting list.

Europe (excluding France)

Our new batch of UCEs will go on sale on Monday 23rd May at 10AM BST on our EU store and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Purchases will be limited to one per person.

France

The newly produced copies of the UCE will be distributed to fans based upon their order within our waiting list. Successful fans will receive an e-mail containing a private link to purchase a UCE, this link will only be valid for 48 hours. If we do not receive your order during this period, the UCE will go on sale to the next person on the waiting list.

If you live in Australia or New Zealand, there will be more Collector’s Editions available, but you’ll have to wait for more details.

“We have only been able to produce 10,000 more UCEs due to the time it takes to create each individual Noctis Play Arts Kai figure because they are so detailed, and to confirm, this is the final batch of UCEs we will produce,” Square Enix explained.

If you do manage to get one of these 10,000 UCEs, Square Enix can’t guarantee they’ll arrive on September 30, adding, “But rest assured we are trying our absolute hardest to get them to fans in time.”

[Source: Square Enix]