Square Enix’s highly anticipated Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series for iOS, Android, and Steam began with the release of Final Fantasy ($11.99), Final Fantasy 2 ($11.99), and Final Fantasy 3 ($17.99) across mobile and PC platforms. I was most excited for Final Fantasy IV and it finally has a confirmed release date for the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster release. Recently, we had Final Fantasy IV footage finally showcased from this upcoming release with the newly arranged soundtrack. If you missed that, watch it here. Today, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy IV hits iOS, Android, and Steam on September 8th. If you’re curious about what the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster changes or adds to the original releases, read Shaun’s reviews of the Pixel Remasters of Final Fantasy here, Final Fantasy II here, and Final Fantasy III here. Check out a screenshot from the new Final Fantasy IV release below:
Final Fantasy IV will likely be priced the same as Final Fantasy III’s new release which is $17.99 when it arrives on September 8th worldwide. As of now, no launch discount has been announced for iOS or Android. Until Final Fantasy IV releases, you can buy Final Fantasy on the App Store for iOS here and on Google Play for Android here. you can buy Final Fantasy II on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here. You can buy Final Fantasy III 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?