MADRID, Dec. 19 (Portaltic/EP) –
The video game developer Square Enix announced this Monday, coinciding with the Final Fantasy 35th Anniversarythat the remastered deliveries of the saga, Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster, Will be available on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch from the spring next year along with a collector’s edition.
The Japanese company, which already released these versions for Steamwill make them available to users on PS4 and Nintendo Switch at packs that collect from Final Fantasy I to Final Fantasy VI reviving the beginnings of the JRPG franchise in a remastered version, although these titles can also be purchased separately.
As Square Enix has indicated on its news portal, the update of these Final Fantasy deliveries is based on a improved graphics, with updated 2D pixels globally. However, it maintains the essence of the characters created by the original artist and current collaborator, Kazuko Shibuya.
has also been renewed the soundtrack at the hands of the original composer Nobuo Uematsu, along with other mechanical aspects to adapt this videogame to the present, as gameplay, interface and auto battle options, among other things.
Also, this remastered edition includes complementary extras such as the bestiary, an illustration gallery and a music player.
In this sense, Square Enix has launched two physical editions with “extremely limited” units that can only be obtained from the company’s official store and that can now be reserved.
First of all, editing Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster Collection – Standard Edition, which includes the six games in physical format for both PS4 and Nintendo Switch. This edition is priced at €74.99.
On the other hand, the company has launched the edition Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster Collection – Collector Edition, which also consists of the six games in physical format, but also includes extras. The collector’s edition amounts to €274.99.
Specifically, the extras it includes are a special box, a special Dust Jacket, two vinyl records with the soundtrack of the games, an art book with exclusive content from Kazuko Shibuya and eight figures of ‘pixel art’.