He was the last to arrive in class and finally here he is, on the horn. Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster will finally land next February 23 on Steam and mobile devices, shelving the classic re-releases of the franchise for good.
As we have already seen in the other installments, here what prevails is an improved visual section and audio optimized for current systems. The original Final Fantasy VI was released in 1994 on the Super Nintendo and recounts the adventures in a world that has been rebuilt after suffering a magical war.
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Several centuries later, every place aglow with machines and technology, while a young woman with mysterious powers named Terra escapes from the Empire. Her encounter with Locke will trigger a series of events that will change the destiny of countless lives. These are all the improvements you can expect for this version:
- Updated 2D pixel graphics, designed by its creator Kazuko Shibuya, the original artist.
- An updated soundtrack in true Final Fantasy style, supervised by original composer Nobuo Uematsu.
- Improved gameplay, including a modernized interface, auto-battle options, and more.
- Supplementary extras such as a bestiary, art gallery, and music player.