Square Enix stated that up to three HD monitors can be used for a potential 48 (16×3):9 experience.
Likewise, the game's three soundtrack options-original, re-orchestrated, and soundtrack-will be accessible from the off, and a new function named "Maximise License Points and Gil" grants players access to maximum points from the configuration screen.
The game was quite polarizing when it originally released back in 2016, because a lot of people felt as if the story was kind of slow starting out, and then three quarters of the way through it took a really, really, dark turn. This is in addition to Steam Trading Cards.
The new Speed and Trial modes introduced in the PS4 version of The Zodiac Age remaster also make an appearance, while looking the best they've ever been. It will debut on the PC on February 1, 2018.
The game's producer Hiroaki Kato gave some insight into why the PC version took more time to release in relation to the console re-release. Developer Square Enix has announced that this remastered version of the PS2 title will be available on Steam on the said date.
Patrons to the Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition will be able to enjoy an augmented reality system that Square Enix developed that can link your phone with over 150 beacons at the venue. The Collector's Edition features an official Collector's Edition Steelbook with the original soundtrack, a five-piece Judge Masters Bust Set, six-card art set and a digital download code for the game. It also features a voice-over by Maaya Sakamoto, who did the Japanese voices for Aerith in Crisis Core:Final Fantasy 7 (along with with a ton of other VOs in anime, games, and films). This sounds like the way to play, at least on paper.
FFXII: The Zodiac Age will cost $50 when it launches on February 1, with a 20 percent discount available during the first week.