In three weeks you can start playing remastered versions of pixels of the first three Final fantasy Games. Square Enix has revealed that the Final fantasy, Final fantasy ii and Final Fantasy III the remasters are go out July 28 for PC via Steam and on July 29 for Android and iOS. You can now also pre-purchase the games individually for prices between $ 12 and $ 18, or buy the package with all six games for around $ 96. You will get three soundtracks and two unique wallpapers for each title you pre-purchase. The gaming giant does not yet have a specific release date for the franchise’s fourth through sixth installments, but they are also slated for release this year.
Square Enix first ad that he gives the first six games of the Final fantasy franchise the pixel remastering treatment when it premieres at E3 in mid-June, though it barely shared any details about them. In the description area of the first game on Steam, it is stated that the game will feature all new graphics, as well as “improved ease of play” with a modernized user interface and automatic combat options. Its soundtrack was rearranged, but the process was overseen by original composer Nobuo Uematsu. Plus, it will come with additional features like a bestiary, art gallery, and music player.
While the other three games in remaster do not yet have a release date, Square Enix recently ad it is withdrawing the current versions of Steam’s fifth and sixth installments on July 27. The developer has received a lot of criticism for reducing the quality of art on games originally released on Steam, so it makes sense that the remasters will replace them altogether.
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