Square Enix officially confirmed the Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster release date, revealing the game will launch as soon as February 2022.
Final Fantasy 6 has long been one of Square Enix’s most popular RPGs. Since the title’s original release on the SNES in 1994, this sixth mainline game has been re-released multiple times on multiple console generations, with the most recent being PC and mobile versions in 2016. 2015. Currently, the ‘Pixel Remaster’ series that remakes games from the NES and SNES eras of the long-running Final Fantasy series is gearing up for a final installment, and Square Enix has officially revealed a release date for the sequel. Remake of the highly anticipated Final Fantasy 6.
Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster games have been steadily released in the second half of 2021 since last July. After mass releasing the first three games, Square Enix has slowly released the games, with Final Fantasy 4 Pixel Remaster releasing in September and Final Fantasy 5 Pixel Remaster in October on Steam and devices mobile. Now the final installment of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series has a release date, and gamers looking to see Terra, Kefka and World of Balance / Ruin characters again won’t have to wait much longer.
An update posted on the official Final Fantasy Twitter account recently officially confirmed the release date of the upcoming Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster game. This version will officially release in just two weeks with a fixed time of February 23 on Steam and mobile devices. Along with the announcement, Square Enix also revealed the iconic scene in the opening sequence of Final Fantasy 6, which shows the three Magitek armors marching through a snowy tundra but with a better background. .
Speculation from the gaming community about the upcoming Final Fantasy 6 version has been rampant since the release of Final Fantasy 5 Pixel Remaster in November. Unlike previous versions of the game, this version The remake of Final Fantasy 6 was rated ‘Teen’ by the ESRB leading many to believe that the game could remove some censorship from the original release of Final Fantasy 6. Along with the ability to remove censorship, the remake The upcoming version will also fix many issues found in previous versions from bugs to sound quality on different platforms.
This year is set to be an important year for Final Fantasy as the franchise has entered its 35th anniversary and there will be plenty of new content introduced to gamers throughout the year. Along with Final Fantasy 6 concluding the Pixel Remaster series, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is also slated for a mid-March release, and the much-anticipated Final Fantasy 16 will receive another reveal this spring. now. Between the series’ past successes and the massive implications for the future of the RPG genre, Final Fantasy looks set to keep both old and new fans happy throughout 2022.
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