The first three classics are back, and better than ever!
Square Enix has announced that the first half of its Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series is now available for purchase.
Comprised of Final Fantasy I, Final Fantasy II, and Final Fantasy III, these three Pixel Remaster titles offer a comfortable compromise between classic and contemporary by allowing players to re-live the glory days of the old-school Final Fantasy titles while enjoying a few additional features and quality-of-life updates as well. Interested in knowing just what all of that entails? No worries, we’ve got you! You can check out the official list of features down below.
- Universally updated 2D pixel graphics redrawn for modern hardware, featuring iconic Final Fantasy character pixel designs created by the original artist and current collaborator, Kazuko Shibuya
- Beautifully rearranged soundtracks, overseen by the original composer, Nobuo Uematsu
- Improved gameplay, including modernized UI, auto-battle options, and more
- Quality-of-life improvements including supplemental extras like the bestiary, illustration gallery, music player, and the ability to save at any time
That’s not all that’s going on, though! Square Enix has also announced that those who purchase Final Fantasy I, II, and/or III by August 11th on Steam will receive exclusive bonuses, including three specially rearranged music tracks, two exclusive wallpapers, and a 20% discount per each respective title. And, just in case you were wondering, here are the bonus tracks that will be included within each game:
- Final Fantasy – Main Theme (Timelapse Remix), Matoya’s Cave (Timelapse Remix) and Battle (Timelapse Remix)
- Final Fantasy II – Battle Theme 1 (Timelapse Remix), The Rebel Army (Timelapse Remix) and Main Theme (Timelapse Remix)
- Final Fantasy III – Battle 1 (Timelapse Remix), Eternal Wind (Timelapse Remix) and The Boundless Ocean (Timelapse Remix)
Final Fantasy I, Final Fantasy II, and Final Fantasy III are now all available for PC via Steam and mobile. Are you looking forward to re-living the old-school days of Final Fantasy? Which game are you jumping into, first? Let us know in the comments below!