Final Fantasy IV Pixel Coming Out This September

  • Alexander Brown
  • 27 Aug 2021

At last, Square Enix announced the final release date of the Final Fantasy IV Pixel Remaster version. The upgraded retro title will come out for Windows PC and mobile in September 2021. 

Important Purchase Details

You can already pre-order the game on Steam, Play Market, and the App Store and get it with a 20% discount. If you buy it on September 8 or later, the price will be $17.99 regardless of the platform. You will also get a bundle of limited wallpapers and rearranged music tracks from the game’s official soundtrack. If you want more than Final Fantasy IV Pixel, take a look at the Final Fantasy I-VI Steam bundle for $74.82. Sounds like a great bargain, doesn’t it? 

The Origins

The original version of Final Fantasy IV was available in the US only for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System console. It was titled Final Fantasy II and was the first chapter in the series that included Active Time Battle System. Later, Nintendo released several other versions of the game for PSP, PlayStation, and Game Boy Advance (GBA). While these titles are quite difficult to find and play today, you still can easily play ​​Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, a sequel of the original FFIV that was released for PC, PSP, Nintendo Wii, iOS, and Android. 

What’s New?

The remastered FFIV Pixel features a bunch of improvements, including fully redrawn visuals and rearranged soundtrack. According to Nintendo, the new OST version was created by the master Nobuo Uematsu. The gameplay features updated controls, a modernized UI, auto-battle mode, and other convenience tweaks. 

More On The Way

FFIV remaster follows the June 28 remasters of the first three chapters. Nintendo also promised to release a remaster of FFV and FFVI but didn’t specify the release dates. Are you happy about the opportunity to replay these great games in better quality? Tell us what you think below and share the announcement with other fans of the series. 

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