Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, XIV, XVI Heading to Uniqlo
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Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, XIV, and XVI Shirts Heading to Uniqlo

Uniqlo and Square Enix announced the release of a new line of Final Fantasy t-shirts based on the Pixel Remasters, Final Fantasy XIV, and Final Fantasy XVI. There are 7 t-shirts in the new collection, each one costs 1,500 yen (or about $9.73,) and they are expected to release in Japan on late June 2024.

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There is no information yet on whether the t-shirts will appear overseas, or when. The are 3 FF Pixel Remaster shirts, and their designs include illustrations by Yoshitaka Amano and pixel art sprites, side by side. The first design features a Goblin from the original Final Fantasy, the second one features the original Yoshitaka Amano design for the Moogles, and the last one focuses on Terra and Mog from FFVI.

Meanwhile, there are 2 FFXIV t-shirts. One features an illustration of the Warrior of Light, and the other one has the chocobo Alpha, a Fat Cat, and a Moogle poking out of a chest pocket. The last two t-shirts are inspired by FFXVI. One of them has Torgal howling at the moon with the caption “escape this fate that he might one day look upon the moon again together,” and the second one features all the Eikons in the main game.

You can also take a better look at the new Uniqlo Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, FFXIV, and FFXVI t-shirts here:

Other recent Uniqlo Japan collaborations feature a collection of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom t-shirts, a collection inspired by the Detective Conan (or Case Closed) anime series, and a new Sanrio line.

The new Uniqlo Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, Final Fantasy XIV, and Final Fantasy XVI t-shirts collection will be available in Japan on late June 2024.

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