Following the resounding success of over a million units of Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age shipped last year for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Square Enix Ltd., has announced that players can visit the wondrous world of Ivalice on PC from the 1st of February 2018.
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age on STEAM will include all of the modern advancements and features available in the PlayStation 4 version, such as latest-generation visuals, a remastered soundtrack, new Speed and Trial modes, fast forward function, and many other enhanced features. The following new features will also be added for PC users:
- 60FPS – Ivalice will look better than ever with the game running at 60FPS
- Compatible with 21:9 ultra-wide monitors – Up to three HD monitors can be used for a potential 48(16×3):9 experience
- New Game Plus and New Game Minus – Post-game content modes are now accessible from the beginning of the game
- Three background music options – The original, re-orchestrated and soundtrack versions are now available from the beginning of the game
- Maximized License Points and Gil – New functionality added to grant players max License Points and Gil from the configuration screen
- Full controller support, Steam Trading Cards and more to optimize the PC player experience
To celebrate the launch of the game, fans can learn more about the new features the PC version has to offer during a special launch programme on the 2nd February at 08:00GMT / 09:00CET, where Producer Hiroaki Kato and Director Takashi Katano will answer questions received from Final Fantasy fans on Twitter. Viewers can tune into the programme, complete with English subtitles, on the Square Enix YouTube channel.
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age is available now for the PlayStation 4, and will be available on STEAM on the 1st February 2018. Fans that purchase the game through STEAM within the first week of launch will also receive a 20% discount, a three-track digital music compilation and a new STEAM Skin illustrated by famed Final Fantasy artist Isamu Kamikokuryo.