Final Fantasy 15 is coming to PC on 6th March, however, you won’t have to wait long to get your hands on it, for free. For a little bit at least.

A free demo of the game will be available on Steam, Origin and the Microsoft Store. But let’s be real who’s actually going to get it from the Microsoft Store. Square Enix released the system requirements last month and released a benchmark tool to help you see if you can run the game.

If you do purchase the PC release, you’ll receive a free content patch in April, based on the iconic PC game Half-Life, allowing you to dress as the main character Gordon Freeman and use his famous crowbar as a weapon. The demo will take place on February 26th.

6th March is a pretty important day too. The Royal Edition of the game comes to PS4 and Xbox One which comes with the base game and the four DLC packs from the season pass.

Originally, Final Fantasy XV was released in November 2016 for PS4 and Xbox One. It was commercially and critically well received, with the game breaking away from the traditional mould of Final Fantasy. The game director Hajime Tabata said that a sequel starring Noctis and friends probably wouldn’t be made, however.

Speaking of which, Noctis, the main character, is headed to Tekken 7 very soon.