Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster is now available for pre-registration on the Play Store
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At the end of December, Square Enix announced that it needed a little more time to polish the next Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster and would launch the game in February. The first five Pixel Remasters are already available on mobile and PC, but of course six are being heralded by many as the best of the bunch, so this is probably the biggest release yet. Luckily, it looks like Square will be hitting its mark with a February launch, as the Final Fantasy VI pixel remaster has just entered pre-registration on the Google Play Storea good sign that things are on the right track.
Even though Square has finally placed Final Fantasy VI on the Play Store for pre-registration, there’s no trailer yet, so all we have to do so far is a few screens. More or less, VI resembles the previous five games, offering crisp pixel graphics updated to match modern hardware. Pricing has yet to be announced, but the iOS listing is at $17.99, so I would expect similar on Android. We also don’t know when the game will officially release, though. TouchArcade reported that the iOS list showed February 24 as the date (now gone?), to be taken with a grain of salt, but perhaps a hint that the Android version will be launched towards the end of the month.
So this is it. Square appears to be ramping up for the release of its Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster this month, with the game already available for pre-registration. So if you want to be notified when the latest version of Final Fantasy VI is released on Android, feel free to pre-subscribe via the Play Store widget below.
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