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‘Final Fantasy VI’ Pixel Remaster Gets Its First Gameplay Trailer Ahead of Its Release Date This Week

Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster () from Square Enix launches this week for iOS, Android,...

Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster () from Square Enix launches this week for iOS, Android, and Steam after a delay pushed it to this month. If you’ve not followed the series so far, these releases include UI improvements, auto-battle options, a rearranged soundtrack, and updated pixel art. Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster recently went up for pre-order on the App Store and pre-registration on Google Play alongside the Steam pre-order. Over the weekend, Square Enix released a new trailer for Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster showcasing the opera scene with vocals and the new arrangements players can expect in the upcoming release. Square Enix also confirmed (via Famitsu) that there will be different language vocal tracks for the song. Watch the Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster new gameplay video below:

All 5 prior Pixel Remaster releases are discounted on the App Store and Google Play by 20% until Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster releases on February 23rd/24th. Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster is up for pre-order at $17.99 for iOS right now. You can pre-order Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster on the App Store for iOS here and pre-register for it on Google Play for Android here. Check out the Steam page here. The Steam version even includes bonuses that you can view here. If you’ve skipped out on the games so far for a discount, it is worth getting the ones you want now.

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Ahead of the release, make sure to read Shaun’s reviews of the Pixel Remasters of Final Fantasy here, Final Fantasy II here, Final Fantasy III here, Final Fantasy IV here, and Final Fantasy V here. You can buy Final Fantasy on the App Store for iOS here and on Google Play for Android here, Final Fantasy II on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here, Final Fantasy III on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here, Final Fantasy IV on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here, and Final Fantasy V on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here. Hopefully once VI is out this week, we get some font fixes and other features added on mobile. What do you think of the Pixel Remaster series so far if you’ve played any of the games on mobile or PC and what fixes would you like from Square Enix in the future?