By Bryan Smith on June 6, 2016 at 10:20am
Square Enix (reported via Kotaku) announced a remastered of one of their "Final Fantasy" games called "Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age."
According to Kotaku, the remastered version of "Final Fantasy XII" will include revamped models and cutscenes, shorter load times, an auto-save feature, and an improved turbo mode (as what makes it "improved" isn't clear as of now). There will also be new recordings of the soundtrack, but the original will be available as well.
"Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age" is slated to release on PlayStation 4 in Japan for 2017. A Western release was also confirmed, but the release date for that isn't known (most likely some time following the Japanese release).
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