Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster Delayed. At the beginning of this year, Square Enix announced the launch of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster on a release timeline that is rather tight.
The company initially planned to have them all out in 2021, but with just one week left in the year and no sign of Final Fantasy VI, we are starting to wonder if the game would make it out on time. We get to stop wondering because square Enix has confirmed that Final Fantasy VI has been delayed.
Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster Delayed
Thankfully, the delay is not going to be a huge one. Overnight, Square Enix took to Twitter to talk about the Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster being delayed up until February 2022. The company stated that the delay would offer it time to not only finish the development but also apply polish and make it “the best experience possible for Players.”
Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Pre-Order
While it is never particularly great to hear about delays, this comes with a silver Lining. Square Enix states that it would be adding Pre-order items that will be made available to all those who have already purchased the final fantasy Pixel Remaster Bundle or Pre-Order Final Fantasy VI as a Standalone Product.
Even though Square Enix’s Tweet doesn’t tell us what those bonus items are, a Steam news post for Final Fantasy VI delivers the goods. To add to the two wallpapers and three timelapse remix tracks already included in the pre-order bonuses for Final Fantasy VI, Square Enix will also give Players a timelapse remix of Locke’s Theme, an instrumental version of Aria di Mezzo Carattere, and two additional wallpapers for all of the Final Fantasy I-VI.
Final Fantasy VI Release
Square Enix did the right thing to take some time on Final Fantasy VI, given the game’s popularity among the Final Fantasy Player base. The game is regarded widely as one of the best Final Fantasy titles to ever be made, perhaps rivaled only by Final Fantasy VII.
It’s safe for you to say that fans who grew up in the SNES era have fond memories of Final Fantasy VI, so getting the Pixel Remaster right is probably a major deal for Square Enix.
While some classic final Fantasy games were previously made available on PC in one form or another, this is the first time that all six classic Final Fantasy titles would be made available on the Platform.