Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age News

Final Fantasy 10 / 10-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy 12 finally have Nintendo Switch and Xbox One release dates

Square Enix has announced release dates for Final Fantasy 10 / 10-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.

Final Fantasy 10 / 10-2 HD Remaster comes out on 16th April for Switch and Xbox One, while Final Fantasy 12 comes out on 30th April for both platforms.

To support the announcement, Square Enix released new artwork by Akihiko Yoshida, below.

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Final Fantasy 12 coming to Nintendo Switch in 2019

UPDATE: Past series entries also due on Xbox One.

UPDATE 14/9/18: Looks like it's not just Switch that'll be drowning in Final Fantasy games by the end of 2019; Microsoft has revealed that a whole host of series instalments are also heading to Xbox One over the next 12 months.

PS4-exclusive Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age tops UK chart

PlayStation 4-exclusive Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age is the new UK chart number one.

Square Enix's role-playing game remaster is the publisher's first chart topper since Deus Ex: Mankind Divided last year.

The Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, which topped the chart for the last two weeks, notched up another respectable week of sales in third place. A discounted Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was second.

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The best Final Fantasy game is finally getting a remaster

The best Final Fantasy game is finally getting a remaster

Final Fantasy 12's International Edition getting PS4 HD version in 2017.

The very best Final Fantasy game ever made - and if you think otherwise I will fight you - is getting an HD remaster, with Final Fantasy 12 coming to PlayStation 4 in 2017.

Square Enix made the announcement via its YouTube channel, releasing a brief trailer that shows the makeover in the works for the 2006 PlayStation 2 game. Excitingly, it seems the Final Fantasy 12 remaster will be taking its cues from the International Edition of the game which never saw release outside of Japan, introducing tweaked combat and a new Zodiac job system.

There's no mention of platforms outside of the PS4 (and we'll likely have to give up on our hopes of a Vita version), and Square's yet to make an announcement beyond the video itself.

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