The Zodiac Age is the HD remaster of Final Fantasy 12 that was confirmed a year ago, and during the event today we finally got a release date.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age launches exclusively for the PlayStation 4 on July 11.
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In addition to upgraded visuals, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age features the original Japanese version's Zodiac Job System, a remastered soundtrack, Trial Mode, and more. The DLC content will include powerful items such as the invincible outfit, "Magitek Exosuit" that give players an advantage during battles.
One of the most talked about content is the one that will allow the "Final Fantasy XV" crew to enjoy colorful "Power Rangers" superhero costumes.
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First of all, the Free Booster Pack and Booster Pack + will respectively be available from February 21 for all players and for the Season Pass holders.
We also found out that Cloud Strife will soon be making his way to the mobiel game, Mobius Final Fantasy. While the release date is great news for Final Fantasy fans, it was the added progression system that had people cheering. Today there was an event celebrating the 30th anniversary of the "Final Fantasy" saga at Toho Cinema Roppongi Hills, Tokyo. Exvius has a currently-running event where players can unlock a character based on Ariana Grande, while Mobius plans a tie-in event with Final Fantasy VII that begins on February 7.
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