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Yuna’s “Spira Summoner” outfit from Final Fantasy X will be available as a pre-order bonus for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII from retailer Amazon in North America.

Players who pre-order from Amazon will receive Yuna’s outfit, staff, and victory pose that she uses in Final Fantasy X. Pre-ordering from Amazon will also net you Cloud Strife’s outfit from Final Fantasy VII for Lightning, the Buster Sword weapon, and Cloud’s victory pose.

Don’t worry if you have already pre-ordered from another retailer though, as Square Enix confirmed that the costume will be available to purchase via Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network “later this year.”

If you’re itching to try the game out ahead of its release then you can now download a demo from both the Xbox Games Store and PlayStation Store (once updated), which sees Lightning searching for Snow Villiers in the city of Yusnaan. Players who complete the demo and post their score using the Outerworld system will receive Siegfried’s outfit from Final Fantasy VI as a costume for Lightning in the final game.

Aerith Gainsborough’s outfit and weapon from Final Fantasy VII will also be available for Lightning, but this is exclusive to the Collector’s Edition of the game. Yuna’s Gunner outfit from Final Fantasy X-2 is also set to be a DLC costume for Lightning, but quite how this will be released in North America is unknown at this time.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is set to release February 11 in North America and February 14 in Europe for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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Yuna outfit confirmed for Lightning Returns pre-orders, demo hits Xbox Live and PSN

By Matthew Bennett | 01/21/2014 12:25 PM PT

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Yuna’s “Spira Summoner” outfit from Final Fantasy X will be available as a pre-order bonus for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII from retailer Amazon in North America.

Players who pre-order from Amazon will receive Yuna’s outfit, staff, and victory pose that she uses in Final Fantasy X. Pre-ordering from Amazon will also net you Cloud Strife’s outfit from Final Fantasy VII for Lightning, the Buster Sword weapon, and Cloud’s victory pose.

Don’t worry if you have already pre-ordered from another retailer though, as Square Enix confirmed that the costume will be available to purchase via Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network “later this year.”

If you’re itching to try the game out ahead of its release then you can now download a demo from both the Xbox Games Store and PlayStation Store (once updated), which sees Lightning searching for Snow Villiers in the city of Yusnaan. Players who complete the demo and post their score using the Outerworld system will receive Siegfried’s outfit from Final Fantasy VI as a costume for Lightning in the final game.

Aerith Gainsborough’s outfit and weapon from Final Fantasy VII will also be available for Lightning, but this is exclusive to the Collector’s Edition of the game. Yuna’s Gunner outfit from Final Fantasy X-2 is also set to be a DLC costume for Lightning, but quite how this will be released in North America is unknown at this time.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is set to release February 11 in North America and February 14 in Europe for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89