The Formerly PlayStation-exclusive JRPG, World of Final Fantasy, will Probably Be making its way into PCs Ahead of the New Year, according to a Statement by developer Square Enix. After the game started for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4, the news comes to anybody after the title.
In today’s press release, Square Enix detailed that World of Final Fantasy will be published in under a month — on November 21, 2017. Better still, protagonists and sisters Reynn and Lann will be treated to the normal Steam improvements: STEAM Trading Cards, Achievements, keyboard/controller support, along with an “extensive collection of bonus mythical creatures and characters, such as Sephiroth, Balthier, White Chocobo and Glow Moogle. ”
Better for individuals champing at the bit to pick up the game Square Enix is supplying a Day One Edition via Steam for everyone catching the game before the game’s second week — November 28, 2017. Grabbing the title before then will award you an electronic soundtrack sampler and background. Pleasant incentive, although obviously not pre-order incentives that are substantial.
World of Final Fantasy is another offshoot of the mainline Final Fantasy games, featuring chibi animation along with a weird and intriguing battle mechanic enclosing piling up your companions on your own mind to construct a better-equipped and well-rounded team. Since then, restricted promotional upgrades have included some fan favorites into the series — such as Kingdom Hearts’ Sora.
Take a Look at the PC announcement trailer, below: