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Square Enix Store Says Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Physical Copies ‘No Longer Available’

Square Enix Store Says Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Physical Copies 'No Longer Available'
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Now that its release date is here, the official Square Enix Store still says PS4 and Switch Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster physical copies are “no longer available.” The official product page for the game returns that prompt regardless of which version or edition someone chooses. There is no note on the listing mentioning if there could be a restock. As a reminder, it was exclusive to the direct storefront in North America. The Japanese e-Store is also out of stock. [Thanks, Wario64!]

As a reminder, Square Enix was selling two physical editions of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster PS4 and Switch collections. There was a $74.99 standard edition and a $259.99 Anniversary Edition. The standard version gives people all six games on a cartridge or disc. The Anniversary Edition added a lenticular sleeve, soundtrack with two vinyl records and mp3 download, and eight “pixel figures” of the main protagonists of the six entries.

There are a number of outlets that do still have copies or once did carry them. Play-Asia is selling the Switch Asian version for $79.99. Canadian outlet PNP Games is selling the Switch Asian version for $109.99CAD. CD Japan, at one point, had the Anniversary Edition of both the Switch and PS4 versions, but sold out. Yes-Asia has the Asian Switch version still for $95.99.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC, and mobile devices.

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