Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, a rejigged version of the utterly brilliant PS2 JRPG from 2006, is hitting PC on February 1, Square Enix announced overnight. The game is essentially the same version that hit the PS4 last year, though does come with a few notable extras for PC owners.
Chiefly, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on PC will run at a buttery-smooth 60fps and will be compatible with 21:9 ultra-wide monitors. Players can also access New Game Plus and New Game Minus right off the bat, while Square is also adding 'new functionality to grant players max License Points and Gil from the configuration screen.'
Unsurprisingly, the industry behemoth is also attempting to seduce potential buyers with a pricey Collector's Edition, which is available via the online Square Enix store. It includes all the goodies seen in the PS4 release, albeit without a physical copy of the game; instead, you'll receive a download code to redeem.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age polishes up the original version with a shiny new high-definition coat of paint, a re-orchestrated soundtrack, revamped job system, as well as the ability to increase the game's speed. The PS4 edition was a huge success, shipping over one million copies worldwide.