The previously PlayStation-exclusive JRPG, World of Final Fantasy, will Probably Be making its way to PCs before the New Year, Based on a Statement by Programmer Square Enix. Almost a year after the game started for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, the news comes as a surprise announcement to anyone after the role-playing title that is quirky.
In now’s media release, Square Enix detailed that World of Final Fantasy is going to be published in less than a month — on November 21, 2017. Even better, protagonists and sisters Reynn and Lann will undoubtedly be treated to the normal Steam improvements: STEAM Trading Cards, Achievements, keyboard/controller assistance, along with also an “extensive list of bonus mythical creatures and characters, including Sephiroth, Balthier, White Chocobo and Glow Moogle. ”
Better for individuals champing at the bit to pick up the game first, Square Enix is providing a Day One Edition via Steam for everyone grabbing the game ahead of the game’s second week — November 28, 2017. Grabbing the title before then will give you a digital soundtrack sampler and wallpaper. Nice bonus nonetheless, although obviously not pre-order incentives that are substantive.
World of Final Fantasy is another offshoot of the mainline Final Fantasy games, featuring chibi animation along with a weird and interesting battle mechanic surrounding piling up your companions on your head to build a better-equipped and well-rounded team. Ever since then, restricted promotional updates have included some fan favorites to the series — including Kingdom Hearts’ Sora.
As mentioned previously, World of Final Fantasy is currently available for PS4 and PlayStation Vita, with a PC version falling on November 21, 2017. Take a Look at the PC invoice trailer, under: