Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, which includes the first six main titles, will be coming to PS4 later this month on April 19th, 2023. A new trailer that can be viewed above has been posted to coincide with the news, which shows off just some of the improvements. What you can expect from these six transformers. Upgrades include a toggle that lets you change the amount of XP earned and the amount of Gil you earn, as well as the option to turn off random battles.
In the Nintendo eShop at least, the games cost between $11.99 and $17.99. digital pricing on PS store Not confirmed yet, but you’ll be able to buy each game individually or get them all as one big bundle. For each title you purchase before May 25, 2023, you’ll also get a PS4 theme and avatars based on the respective Final Fantasy entry. A physical copy of Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster has been out for pre-order over the past few months, but it’s now sold out.
To be clear, the games included are Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and then Final Fantasy VI. The first six Final Fantasy games have been updated with beautiful 2D graphics designed to look great on high definition displays, a remastered soundtrack overseen by original composer Nobuo Uematsu and enhanced gameplay features including a modernized user interface, auto battle options and more.
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