Well, at least none of these are costing $39.99 up front. Final Fantasy is no longer immune to the modernization of the video game industry, and Square Enix can’t wait to profit off of DLC and season passes. Pre-order bonuses are no exception, and like it or not, you can’t get all of these.

Why not? Because they are naturally going to be retailer specific. That’s just the world we live in. We obviously can’t post all 16 in a single article, but we’ll go ahead and drop the list of where you can find them.

Pre-Order DLC: “Angler Set”

PlayStation Store, Xbox Game Store, or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Camera Kit (Camera Body and Lens)”

Amazon U.S. or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Gourmand Set (Two Types of Rare Cooking Ingredients)”

Amazon U.S. or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Outfit: Royal Raiment”

Deluxe Edition and Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: 16-Bit Buddies”

PlayStation Store and Xbox Games Store

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: Cindymobile”

Square Enix Online Store in North America

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: Gold Chocobo”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Recolor: Platinum Leviathan”

Deluxe Edition or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Theme: Big Bang”

PlayStation Store

Pre-Order DLC: “Travel Pack (Fuel Ticket and Hotel)”

Amazon U.S. or Ultimate Edition

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Blazefire Saber (Final Fantasy XIII)”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Gae Bolg (Final Fantasy XIV)”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Mage Mashers (Final Fantasy IX)”

Amazon U.S.

Pre-Order DLC: “Weapon: Masamune (Final Fantasy XV)”

All pre-orders

Pre-Order DLC: “Xbox One Avatars: Noctis Costumes and Carbuncle Pet”

Xbox Games Store

Pre-Order Game: “A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV

GameStop and EB Games

16 separate bonuses is quite a lot, isn’t it?

*sigh* You know, Square Enix. You could have just stopped at 15 pieces of pre-order bonus, and at least gave us the impression that the number had some kind of meaning. Now, where have I heard the number 15 in recent weeks?

Final Fantasy XV

Oh yeah. Final Fantasy XV will be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Nov. 29.