'Final Fantasy 12' remaster heads to PC, mods not supported


'Final Fantasy 12' remaster heads to PC, mods not supported

Well, Square appears to want to milk the game for as much as possible, as has been evident with all the DLC, but now there's a new Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition on the way, and it's leaving gamers asking what exactly it is. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is set to release January 30, 2018 for PlayStation 4.

Just under a year ago, Square Enix released a Remaster for one of their best RPGs, Final Fantasy XII in the form of The Zodiac Age.

The game was quite polarizing when it originally released back in 2016, because a lot of people felt as if the story was kind of slow starting out, and then three quarters of the way through it took a really, really, dark turn. The game will run at 60 FPS and is compatible with 21:9 ultra-wide monitors. Plus there is an option to max out Gil and license points in a configuration menu. This scenario was written by Kazushige Nojima, who was a scenario writer, scenario supervisor, and director on various Square Enix titles (including Final Fantasy 7).

Final Fantasy Brand Manager Shinji Hashimoto has also mentioned that the development is going well and he is looking forward to E3 this year.

Square Enix's Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is arriving on PC on February 1 and the game will see new updates and unlockables for gamers.

The Gambit System is the ground-breaking combat system which utilizes customizable AI "gambits" to let players to adapt to any situation during battle. With newly implemented trophies and share functions, as well as stark visual and sound improvements in true HD for the first time, players both returning and new to the game will experience a grand adventure that spans the world of Ivalice in an entirely fresh and improved way.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is available for PlayStation 4 and will release on PC on February 1st.