Square Enix is bringing the iOS and Android version of Final Fantasy V, originally released on mobile devices in 2013, to Windows PCs. This iteration is based on the Game Boy Advance installment that was originally released in 2006, but with new character designs and graphics from Kazuko Shibuya.
The PC version of Final Fantasy V will include all of the content added for the Game Boy Advance and mobile releases. That means The Sealed Temple is available, the active-time battle system has been optimized, and Tetsuya Nomura’s additional Enou boss are in the game. In addition, the controls have been tweaked to work better with computers, and Steam achievements and trading cards have been added.
Final Fantasy V will appear on Steam for Windows PCs on September 24. It will be $15.99 on Steam, but there is a 10% discount for people who pre-order that makes it $14.39.