Square Enix's remasters of Final Fantasy 1 to 6 launched on PC, iOS and Android, and more recently for PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
The remasters of Final Fantasy 1-6 offer enhanced sprites and visuals, quality-of-life features, a rearranged soundtrack and a new font.
The remastered collection will be available starting at 8 AM PDT/11 AM EDT/4 PM BST. It includes remasters of Final Fantasy 1-6.
The entire bundle collectively will require 5.7 GB of free storage space, with the largest game being Final Fantasy 6 at 1.3 GB.
Pre-orders are live for Nintendo Switch, and players can purchase each remaster separately or together in a $74.99 bundle.
Limited quantities of the Final Fantasy 1-6 Pixel Remaster -FF35th Anniversary Edition- have also been announced for $259.99.
Square Enix has previously said that the pixel remasters will launch for additional platforms if there's enough demand.
The opera scene has been enhanced with improved visuals and vocals in seven different languages including English, Japanese, Korean and more.
The final piece of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster puzzle is finally coming, with Square Enix confirming a February 23 launch for PC and mobile.
Currently, the pixel remasters of the original six Final Fantasy games are tied to PC and mobile devices- but they could be coming to the Switch sometime this year as well.
"In order to bring you the best experience possible, we're giving ourselves the necessary time to apply final polish while finishing development on the game," Square Enix says.
Final Fantasy 4 Pixel Remaster is now available worldwide for PC, iOS, and Android, and will have a 20% sale until later this month.
Revisit the tale of Cecil and Rydia with remastered sprites, the option to save anywhere, auto-battle and other quality of life improvements.
Along with fully remastered sprites, the titles also have rearranged music by Nobuo Uematsu, a modernized UI and auto-battle options.
For those displeased with the remastered collection being restricted to mobile devices and PC, take heart- it might come to more platforms in the future.
The first three games in the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series, Final Fantasy 1, 2, and 3, will release for PC, iOS, and Android on July 28th.
Square Enix has updated the Steam pages for both PC ports, advising consumers to pick up the pixelated remasters instead.
Each title's pixel art characters have been given the full remastered treatment by Square Enix veteran artist Kazuko Shibuya.
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Remasters of the first six classic RPG will be coming to iOS, Android and PC via Steam. Each remaster will also have individual releases.