Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Sells Over 2 Million Units

Square Enix's remasters of Final Fantasy 1 to 6 launched on PC, iOS and Android, and more recently for PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

Posted By | On 02nd, May. 2023

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series has proven successful since first launching in July 2021 for PC, iOS and Android. It’s sold over two million units worldwide, per the publisher (via Gamer.ne.jp). It didn’t break down the sales for each game specifically.

As the name indicates, Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster consists of remasters for Final Fantasy 1 to 6. It includes revamped visuals that stick close to the originals’ sprites, a rearranged orchestral soundtrack, options for turning off random battles and increasing XP earned, and more. There’s also a new pixel font, though the old one is still available.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster recently launched for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, but again, Square Enix didn’t reveal how much these versions sold. Each title is available separately, with Final Fantasy 1 and 2 costing $11.99 each, while Final Fantasy 3-6 costs $17.99 each. The entire collection is also available for $74.99 as a bundle.


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