Final Fantasy XIII-2 Coming To Steam Next Month; Will Support 60fps, 1080p

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 is coming to Steam December 11th, according to a trailer that was published on Square Enix’s YouTube channel, and subsequently pulled.

 

While the trailer itself is no longer on Square’s YouTube, Final Fantasy XIII-2’s Steam page mentions a December release as well.

 

Steam also mentions that the PC version of the game will be capable of running at 60 frames-per-second, and will support resolutions of 720p, 1080p, and more. It will also include a range of DLC from the console release of Final Fantasy XIII-2.

 

Update: Square Enix have confirmed the December 11th release date, and also say that the original Final Fantasy XIII on PC will be updated in December to include customizable resolutions.


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