App Store Lists February FFVI Pixel Remaster Release Date (Update)

App Store Lists February FFVI Pixel Remaster Release Date

The next Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster release date slipped out ahead of the official announcement for FFVI. The App Store page for FFVI listed one. If someone visited the product page on an iOS device, the listing shows a release date under the pre-order notice. However, the date was one day off. Square Enix announced shortly after that it would appear on February 23, 2022.

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As a reminder, we already had an idea this would happen.. Initially, all Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster titles were supposed to appear in 2021, but FFVI release date ended up pushed back. Square Enix cited a desire to ensure its quality. It mentioned the new release window would be February 2022.

As with all installments in this series, FFVI gets updated pixel art and a rearranged soundtrack. People can also look through a bestiary, concept art, and a music player from its main menu. On Android and Apple iOS devices, touch screen controls are available.

People who pre-order or buy the bundle on Steam will get certain songs as well. Here’s a list of the tracks included. They’ll be packed in along with four wallpapers.

  • Aria di Mezzo Carattere (Instrumental)
  • “The Decisive Battle (Timelapse Remix)”
  • Locke’s Theme (Timelapse Remix)
  • Searching for Friends (Timelapse Remix)
  • Terra’s Theme (Timelapse Remix)

A 20% pre-order discount is in effect as well.

The FFVI Pixel Remaster release date is February 23, 2022. The game will appear on the PC and mobile devices. The previous five games are all immediately available.

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