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Final Fantasy pixel remasters no Switch e PlayStation em abril com nova fonte

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The Final Fantasy pixel remasters series finally has a release date on Switch and PlayStation: 19th April.
The games were previously released individually on Steam and mobile (followed by a series collection), with Final Fantasy 6 arriving last February. The series was then announced for Switch and PlayStation in December, but without a firm release date.
This new release will bring more new features, most notably an additional font.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster | PS4 & Nintendo Switch Launch Date Trailer

Some players criticised the pixel remasters for the unreadable font, but now Square Enix will allow players to switch to a pixel-based font that’s closer to the original.
Further boost features include the ability to switch off random encounters and adjust experience gained multipliers between 0 and 4.
The games are available digitally both individually or as a complete series on each console. Players who purchase before 25th May will receive themed wallpapers.
In addition, the series was available physically from the Square Enix store, but cost £244.99 for its anniversary edition and £64.99 for standard. Both are no longer available.

The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series launches on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch at 8am PDT / 4pm BST on April 19th: https://t.co/uCTUAPYoRk

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