Sony Computer Entertainment Asia and Square Enix have collaborated to announce at the PlayStation 4 Slim Luna Edition. Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata revealed the console during PlayStation’s pre-Tokyo Game Show keynote earlier today.
According to Tabata, the design is inspired by Final Fantasy 15’s main character Noctis gazing up at the moon during his travels throughout the game’s story and is “targeted at an older audience.” The console will be released in Japan for 39,980 Yen on November 29, the same date Final Fantasy 15 launches.
The price includes a copy of the game and a digital copy of Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV. PlayStation has not yet revealed whether the console will be released in territories outside of Japan.