Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age has been well received by PlayStation 4 owners since its release on July 11, 2017. Featuring a remastered soundtrack, upgraded visuals, new speed and trial modes, a fast forward function, and enhanced features, Square Enix has announced today that the latest remaster will be heading to Windows PC next month.
The PC version will come with the same abilities as the PlayStation 4 including 60FPS, 1080p support, as well as previously released features including the reorchestrated soundtrack. The PC version will also be compatible with ultra-wide monitors at 21:9, supporting up to three monitors for the potential of a 48(16×3):9 Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age experience.
Additionally, the Square Enix has announced that the PC version will include Steam Trading Cards and more in order to optimize the PC experience. Final Fantasy can tune in on February 2, 2018, at 12:00am PST. During this event, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age producer Hiroaki Kato and Director Takashi Katano will be answering questions from fans on Twitter about the game. You can tune into the program via the Square Enix YouTube channel where the live Q&A will be streamed live and will feature English subtitles as the stream gets underway.
Square Enix has also announced that a brand-new Collector’s Edition is now available for pre-order on the official Square Enix Online Store and is available for $149.99. This edition will be complete with a Collector’s Edition Steelbook case, an original soundtrack, a five-piece Judge Masters Bust Set, a six-cart art set and a digital download code for the game. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is set to launch on Windows PC via Steam on February 1, 2018 for $49.99 USD.
For those whom purchase the game through Steam will be able to get the game at a 20% discounted price with a three-track digital music compilation, a new Steam Skin designed by Isamu Kamikokuryo.
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