Square Enix has today confirmed that it will be releasing a remastered version of its Final Fantasy XII game, in the form of the new Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age which is expected to launch sometime during 2017 throughout Europe and North America.
Confirmation of the release was made by Hiroaki Kato Producer at Square Enix via the official PlayStation blog. Together with the release of a two minute reveal trailer, providing a quick glimpse at what you can expect from the game that will include The Zodiac Job System and Trial Mode.
Kato explains more about what you can expect from the remastered version of the Final Fantasy XII game :
We’re thrilled to give players a chance to return to Ivalice in Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age, so we’ve updated the visuals to full HD resolution, including the environments, characters, and movie scenes to make sure they look their best on PlayStation 4.
Final Fantasy XII’s soundtrack features some of the most beloved songs in the series’ history, and this was a perfect opportunity to revisit its epic score. We’ve re-recorded FFXII’s background music using the current generation of sound production, now in true 7.1 surround. For the purists out there, you have the option to switch between the new and original versions of the score at any time.
Hardcore Final Fantasy fans in the US may remember that an International Version of the game was released that included a new character growth system, as well as various other improvements to the game’s interface. We are happy to report that The Zodiac Age integrates all of these features and updates, so North American fans can finally experience them for themselves. Modern advancements including PlayStation 4 Trophy support and Share functionality, auto-save, shortened loading times, overlaid location map and more are new!
For more information on the remastered Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age game and additional screenshots jump over to the PS Blog website via the link below.
Source: PS Blog
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