When we look at the rhythm of the release of the episodes, namely the first three in July, Final Fantasy IV in September, then Final Fantasy V in November, we expected to see Final Fantasy VI from the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster collection in late December or early January.
Unfortunately, this will not be the case, as Square Enix indicates. on the game’s Steam page. Obviously, the release of the game has been delayed, but the developers do not indicate what forced them to make this decision. Just do we have the right to a small press release, indicating that the title will be released somewhere in the month of February 2023 on PC, Android and iOS, and that the team take the time to refine this pixel art remaster, with several quality of life improvements.
Got out in Japan in 1992 on Super NES, the title was then ported several times to many media. In Europe, players had to wait until 2002 to touch the title without going through import, and discover one of the favorite fan stories of the license. Final Fantasy VI is indeed considered one of the best 16-bit JRPGs, as much for its music as its characters or its scenario.
To give you the best possible gaming experience, we take the time to refine the game while finishing it. We have added some additional bonuses for people who pre-order the game separately as well as those who purchased the bundle. We look forward to bringing you the latest Pixel Remaster series title in early 2023, and we hope you are looking forward to it. to play it.
In the meantime, Square Enix has unveiled the list of pre-order bonuses. We find there five exclusive tracks, which start with the original song before gradually shifting to rearrangement, and two wallpapers available in 3840×2160, 2560×1600, 1920×1080, 1280×1024, and 1024×768. Here is the list of music to recover:
The price for this particular episode has not been disclosed, but the complete collection is currently sold for € 74.82 with a 22% discount overall. To run the title on a PC, you will need a minimum AMD A8-7600 or Intel I3-2105 processor, 4 GB of RAM, a Radeon R7 graphics card, Intel HDG 3000, and 1 GB free disk space.