Final Fantasy IX Coming to PC, Smartphones With Better Graphics and More
2000's Final Fantasy IX is on its way to PC and smartphones in 2016, Square Enix announced today. It'll be released in Japan for anyone platforms sometime the coming year, though info on pricing or maybe a Western launch hasn't been divulged. You can check out a whole new trailer for Final Fantasy IX's re-release below.
The trailer (via Kotaku) flaunts the game's improved FFXIV Gil graphics. There will even be new achievements, auto-save functionality, a "broadband" mode, as well as a number of "game-boosting features," according towards the official announcement.
Square Enix also said Final Fantasy IX has sold over 5 million copies given it debuted in 2000 for your original PlayStation. The game was re-released for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PSP from the PlayStation Network this season."Now you may relive the adventures of Zidane with the exceptional crew inside the palm of the hands!" Square Enix said in their announcement today, referencing the mobile version. It'll be accessible for both iOS and Android devices.
More information regarding supported cellular devices for Final Fantasy IX can be found here.
Final Fantasy IX is just the modern Final Fantasy game to visit PC. Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII was already released through Steam on December 10, while Final Fantasy XIII launched in October 2014 and XII-2 come to December of this year. Have fun in shopping on MMOAH. Players can buy cheap and safe FF14 Gil from MMOAH, with fast delivery, all-weather online.