Clear your schedule next weekend, Final Fantasy fans.
According to a listing on the App Store, developer Square Enix plans to release Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition on Friday, Feb. 9.
The game retells the story of Final Fantasy XV, with all the same main characters as the console and PC versions, but optimized for mobile devices, letting you play wherever you are. Mobile-friendly touch controls will let you “tap to move, tap to talk, and tap to fight,” the listing reads.
“After years of fighting, the nations of Lucis and Niflheim at last agree to an armistice,” Square Enix wrote of the game’s storyline. “As a symbol of this promised peace, Noctis, crown prince of Lucis, is to wed the Lady Lunafreya of Tenebrae. The prince sets forth for his wedding on the eve of the signing ceremony, sent off by his father, King Regis. Unbeknownst to Noctis, however, the journey ahead is fraught with perils…”
All 10 chapters will be available the day the game launches, but just the first one will be free. Chapters two and three will each cost $0.99 while chapters four through 10 will set you back $3.99 apiece. That works out to $29.91, or you can just buy all 10 chapters at once for $19.99 if you know you want to play through the whole game.
On iOS, Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition will work with the iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, fifth-generation iPad, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, and newer models running iOS 11.1 or later. On Android, the game is compatible with most devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop or later with at least a 1.5GHz CPU, and 2GB of RAM. Also note that the game requires at least 5GB of memory (or 8GB for the high-resolution version), so if you’re running low on disc space, you better start deleting some stuff.