Final Fantasy 4: official release date of the Pixel Remaster version

Final Fantasy 4: official release date of the Pixel Remaster version

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Final Fantasy 4: official release date of the Pixel Remaster version

Square Enix announced the release date official version Pixel Remaster from Final Fantasy 4: September 8, 2021. The game is part of the Pixel Remaster series, with which Square Enix is ​​re-proposing the first six chapters of the saga in revised and corrected editions, although adhering to the originals, for PC and mobile systems.

In FINAL FANTASY IV, the kingdom of Baron sends its best airship fleet, the Red Wings, to attack neighboring nations. Troubled by his mission, Cecil, a knight of darkness and captain of the Red Wings, decides to face the tyrannical kingdom of Baron along with his trusted friend and his beloved. In his search for the Crystals, Cecil will have to travel on land, underground, in the realm of the eidolons and even on the moon. Over the course of the adventure, players will join the dragon Cain, the white mage Rosa, the summoner Rydia, and many other valiant allies. FINAL FANTASY IV has set the standard for RPGs thanks to its diverse cast of characters, its deep storyline, and its Active Time Battle (ATB) system.

An image of the new version of the game

Let’s read the improvements introduced in the new version of Final Fantasy 4:

  • Totally updated 2D pixel-style graphics for modern platforms, including the unmistakable FINAL FANTASY characters created by Kazuko Shibuya, the original artist who also collaborated on this collection.
  • Fantastic soundtracks rearranged under the supervision of the original composer, Nobuo Uematsu.
  • Enhanced gameplay with updated controller controls, a modernized interface, automatic combat options and more.
  • General improvements, such as the contents of the bestiary, the gallery, the music player and the ability to save at any time.

Finally, those who buy Final Fantasy 4 on Steam will get exclusive bonuses: three songs rearranged for the occasion, two backgrounds and a 20% discount. If you want, you can buy the game individually, or take theentire Pixel Remaster package to get an additional discount. The bundle includes both the games already published and those still absent.

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