Now that the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series for iOS, Android, and Steam saw Final Fantasy ($11.99), Final Fantasy 2 ($11.99), and Final Fantasy 3 ($17.99) hit mobile and PC, everyone is waiting for the pixel remaster of Final Fantasy IV. Final Fantasy IV is my favourite game in the series and I’ve always preferred the 2D versions versus the 3D remake for DS and future releases based on that remake. Famitsu had a livestream recently featuring Hironobu Sakaguchi which showcased Fantasian and the pixel remaster of Final Fantasy IV. The former is already available worldwide on Apple Arcade, but Final Fantasy IV was yet to be properly showcased. The footage below from Famitsu (around the 36:00 mark) has gameplay from the opening of Final Fantasy IV including the newly arranged soundtrack. Watch it below:
So far, the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster soundtrack arrangements have been amazing and I’m glad to see that continue based on what the video showcased for Final Fantasy IV. While Final Fantasy IV doesn’t have a confirmed release date, the SteamDB entry is listed for August 19th. We will know soon enough whether this is the actual date or just a placeholder. Until it releases, you can buy Final Fantasy 1 on the App Store for iOS here and on Google Play for Android here. you can buy Final Fantasy 2 on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here. You can buy Final Fantasy 3 on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here. Check out the full Steam bundle page as well. What do you think of the Pixel Remaster series so far if you’ve played any of the games on mobile or PC?