Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series of Final Fantasy 1-3 will be released on July 28


By Stephany Nunneley
30 June 2021 20:04 GMT

The first three entries in the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series will be released on July 28.

Square Enix announced the release date today for the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series, entires one through three.

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On July 28, through Steam and on mobile, you will be able to acquire Final Fantasy 1-3 with pixel-perfect makeovers.

You can also expect gameplay improvements, auto-battle options, modernized UI, a rearranged soundtrack, and extras such as a bestiary, illustration gallery, and a music player which will allow further immersion into the game world.

This will be the first time FF1 and FF2 have been made available on PC. A 3D remake of Final Fantasy 3 has been available on Steam since 2014.

The other three titles getting the once over are Final Fantasy 4-6, each of which will be released at a later date.

To that end, the current version of FF5 and FF6 will be removed from the Steam store on July 27, the day before the first three entries of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series arrive on the service.

The pixelated remasters of 1-6 were announced via the Square Enix Presents showcase during E3, and each will be released individually for $11.99 or $17.99, depending on the title. If you decide to pre-order, you can take 20-22% off the price of each game.

You can also purchase the games in a bundle for $74.82. Buying the game individually would run you a total of $95.94. The bundle contains all six games plus a special soundtrack featuring three tracks from each game and two wallpapers for each game.

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