Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters Console Release Date is Out Now

Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters Console release date is out now. Square Enix officially announced this news. The first six games in the series will be released on PlayStation 4 and Switch. The collection was already out on Steam and mobile devices.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters Console release date is out now

In the summer of 2021, Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster was released in waves initially and at that time there were three games in the series. After a few months, Final Fantasy 4 and Final Fantasy 5 were released in the same wave. It was in February 2022 when Final Fantasy 6 was released with the sole motive of giving the best experience to gamers.

After the initial release, the console ports of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster were not announced, also Square Enix was extremely hesitant to offer a definite date but now gamers can expect the console port of the series soon.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters Console release date is out now and it is 19th April 2023. In addition to this, it will feature the latest pixel-style font. Earlier, the fonts and UI were considered as the point of criticism although for the fonts of the Steam version modders found a workaround.

A new option to boost the experience points will be given to the players also they will now be able to turn off the random encounters. Now if we talk about the retail price of the bundles, the bundle that contains all six games will be available at $74.99 and if the players purchase the games individually then their price range is going to be between $11.99 to $17.99. Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster preorder booking is now available on Nintendo eShop but the same is going to be available on PlayStation Store later.

The players will now be able to modify the music between original soundtracks and remastered soundtracks. These soundtracks have been originally composed by legend Nobuo Uematsu of the Final Fantasy series who has also been considered the supervisor of remastered soundtracks.

Most importantly the opening credits for Final Fantasy 6 are returning which were previously removed from the remasters. Whether the changes for the console ports will be included in the mobile and Steam version or not is still a big question. For now, Final Fantasy fans will be able to play the first six games via different consoles too.

Source: Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Trailer

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