Square Enix announced a remastered collection of six classics Final Fantasy Game. Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Will include Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI. The collection is “coming soon” on Steam and mobile devices – but not consoles, as many fans know in Square Enix’s review.
Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster has been rumored for a while, but this is the first time the title has been officially shown. Square Enix previously released a remastered version Final Fantasy games for mobile and PC – not to mention a complete remake Final Fantasy VII – but “improvements” to the older game’s pixel art were not well received by fans.
Name Pixel Remaster hope implies that the series’ art will return to its edgy roots, as does the fact that Square is calling the games “the ultimate 2D remake.”
Square Enix didn’t provide any additional information beyond a very short trailer showing screenshots from the original games. It’s unclear whether the games will be bundled together in one package, as is suspected, or whether they will be released individually. While games like Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy VI continue to shine despite their age, other titles in the collection, like Final Fantasy II, not aged yet. It’s unclear if Square Enix will make any adjustments to the game’s story or gameplay, but that seems extremely unlikely.
Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster There’s no release date yet, but Square Enix says the collection will be available soon.