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Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age PC Version Available Now
PC gamers can finally explore Ivalice.
02.03.18 - 8:51 PM

Square Enix released the PC version of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on February 1st, marking the game's PC debut via Steam. See the trailer below.

The list of graphical improvements include the game running at a steady 60 FPS alongside higher resolution and compatibility on 21:9 monitors with support for up to 3 HD monitors for a 48(16x3):9 experience.

On the gameplay side, New Game Plus and New Game Minus have been added, allowing access to post game modes at the beginning of the game. An option for maximum license points and gil has been provided in the configuration menu. Players can now choose between three variants of music: the original, remastered, and soundtrack versions.

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In addition, Square Enix has also added in Steam Trading Card support as well as full controller support for the definitive PC Final Fantasy gameplay experience.

To celebrate Final Fantasy XII's PC launch, the game is now on sale for 20 percent off within the first week of launch. Players who buy within the week will also receive a three track music compilation and a Steam skin featuring artwork designed by famed Final Fantasy artist Isamu Kamikokuryo.




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