The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series will launch this spring on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch

After launching on PC and mobile last year, Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, a remastered series that includes the first six entries in the popular Japanese role-playing game series by Square Enix, will finally be released on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in the future.

To better celebrate the series’ 35th anniversary on December 18, Square Enix confirmed that editors of their classic role-playing games will be released sometime during spring 2023 on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The game will be available individually or as a package, including all of them.

On the same day, the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series will be released on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and a limited physical edition will also be released. Available exclusively via the Square Enix Store, this edition will include all six games, a two-disc vinyl record set, anniversary box, pixel artbook, and pixel figurines representing the main characters in all six games, as well as the Black and White Wizards.

The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series is now available on PC and mobile devices worldwide. It will be released on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch sometime during Spring 2023. You can learn more about the first three entries in the series by checking out my review of the PC version.

The first three Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters are a fairly solid remastering effort that could have been so much better with a few tweaks. While the amazing remastered soundtrack sounds great and the balancing tweaks make all three games still great to play, the divisive visuals fixed reminiscent of 16-bit entries, and technical issues like no V-Sync switching, no saving display settings, and no Additional content found in previous remakes makes these Transformers a truly worthy purchase only for those who live and breathe Final Fantasy.

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