Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster, the final product in Square Enix‘s Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series, will be released tomorrow. It has improved aesthetics, a modern UI, auto-battle options, and other quality of life upgrades, just like the other games in the series. This may be seen in the latest promotional video trailer, which is included below.
The official Final Fantasy Twitter account, on the other hand, highlighted some significant enhancements to the game’s iconic opera scene. The vocals are now accessible in seven other languages, in addition to the improved graphics. As a result, listeners may expect to hear the song in other languages, including English, French, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Japanese, and German.
Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster will be the final installment in a series of remasters of classic Final Fantasy games that began in mid-2021 and has been slowly rolling out since then. Since its first release in 1994, the story of Terra Branford and her friends has become one of the most popular entries in the Final Fantasy franchise, as well as one of the most eagerly awaited entries in the Pixel Remaster hexalogy. With the release of Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster on Wednesday, Japanese publication Famitsu has unveiled some big improvements to the Maria and Draco Opera, one of the game’s most pivotal moments.
A tweet from the official account ‘FINAL FANTASY’ on Monday revealed a slew of improvements coming to Final Fantasy 6’s famed opera scene, with the remastered version adding plenty of additional visual and auditory flair. According to Famitsu, the opera scene in Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster will not only have improved graphics but will also include proper singing. Players will be able to sing along with the famous moment in a variety of languages, including Japanese, English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Korean.
Tomorrow, Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster will be released for iOS, Android, and PC. Pre-ordering it on Steam entitles you to a 20% discount as well as five bonus music tracks (including four timelapse remixes that see the original songs transitioning into the new arrangements). Stay tuned for further information on the collection’s release on other platforms.
When the curtains rise on Final Fantasy VI pixel remaster you’ll be able to experience the iconic opera scene with vocals in 7 languages including English, French, Italian, German & Spanish.
— FINAL FANTASY (@FinalFantasy) February 21, 2022