Square Enix apparently secretly completed the Final Fantasy VIII Remastered game. Yes, the game that tells Squall Leonhart with Rinoa Heartily turns out to have a release date.
Reported by Engadget, through its latest trailer, Square Enix announced the release date of Final Fantasy VIII Remastered.
Yes, this game will be officially launched on September 3, 2019, on the PlayStation 4 platform, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
This remastered project does not change the course of this RPG game, including the story and gameplay.
The remastered version also presents special features that allow players to explore and accelerate battles. Square Enix also displays comfortable visuals when played in high resolution.
The remastered Final Fantasy VIII version was first announced at the E3 2019. When it was first exhibited, Square Enix displayed the classic RPG game trailer in the PlayStation era.
From the first trailer, the remastered version has changed in terms of graphics.
In addition, Square Enix is working on Final Fantasy VII Remake. Of course, this edition has been highly anticipated by Final Fantasy fans.
This tailer was first exhibited at the State of Play. This 1-minute 7-second footage features several iconic scenes in Final Fantasy VII with a realistic graphical display.
In this trailer also appear battles of the characters Cloud, Tifa, Aerith, Barret, in a new battle gameplay mode that is similar to Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy XV.
Final Fantasy VII Remake appears to adapt the gameplay of Kingdom Hearts. The player seems to be free to swing his sword or block with his Cloud character.