Square Enix announce that World of Final Fantasy will be released on PC via Steam on November 21, 2017
World of Final Fantasy was originally released for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in October 2016.
Created as something of a catch-all experience, World of Final Fantasy is designed to appeal to long-time fans of the franchise, as well be accessible entry point for newcomers.
The game’s visual approach hasn’t been to everyone’s taste, but its use of the classic Active Time Battle system, a new stacking mechanic, and a generous array of returning characters and creatures has helped it find an audience.
The Steam edition of World of Final Fantasy will include full keyboard and controller support, plus Steam achievements. A selection of bonus legendary characters have also been thrown in, including Sephiroth, Balthier, White Chocobo, and Glow Moogle to name a few.
If you download the game between launch day and November 28, 2017, you’ll receive the – somewhat inaccurately named – Day One edition. The Day One edition includes a digital soundtrack sampler, and some wallpaper featuring fan-favourite Final Fantasy characters. Don’t go too overboard on the goodies there, Square Enix.
World of Final Fantasy is available now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, and will launch on Steam on November 21, 2017.
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