Square Enix Could Bring Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster to Other Platforms

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster

Square Enix has released a Q&A page for the upcoming Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster titles. The Q&A includes information about new features and about the possibility of these remasters appearing on other platforms. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

The Q&A also states that while some new features will appear in these new versions, previous quality of life updates that appeared in past ports may not be included. However, a gallery feature will be available in these new remasters. Additionally, these remasters will include a sound player. This will allow for players to listen to all available background music immediately.

The webpage also mentions that artist Kazuko Shibuya has worked on all of the new character sprites. Series composer Nobuo Uematsu has also re-arranged all of the background music for these releases. The Remaster titles will also feature keyboard and controller support.

As mentioned previously, there is also the potential that the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster titles could appear on other platforms. The Q&A states that if there are enough requests, Square Enix will consider releasing the remasters to other platforms. The webpage also states that due to differences between storefronts on mobile and PC, that there is currently no option to bulk buy the titles together for mobile devices.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster FFI, FFII, and FFIII will launch on July 28, 2021.

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