Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster

Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters Officially Launch On PS4, Switch Spring 2023

Updated December 18, 2023: Square Enix has confirmed the ESRB listing for the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch. The bundle will launch exclusively on the Square Enix Store.

If you want to grab Final Fantasy I, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI separately, these titles will also be available à la carte.image

There are also Standard and Final Fantasy 35th Anniversary Edition physical editions available.

Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster Collection – Standard Edition – $74.99 USD

  • Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster Collection – Physical collection of all games for either PlayStation 4 or Switch

“Quantities will be extremely limited, so be sure to preorder before it sells out.”

Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster CollectionFinal Fantasy 35th Anniversary Edition – $259.99

  • Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster Collection – Physical collection of all games for either PlayStation 4 or Switch
  • Anniversary Edition goods box
  • A bonus lenticular sleeve for the game package
  • Two-disc vinyl record set featuring newly arranged game music with exclusive cover artwork by Kazuko Shibuya
  • A specially compiled artbook showcasing beautiful character pixel art
  • Eight stylized pixel art character figures in window packaging

Original story below:

An Entertainment Software Ratings Board listing indicates Square Enix may bring Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters to consoles.

A post on r/finalfantasy via Gematsu discovered that the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster collection’s previous ESRB rating was updated to include PS4 and Switch after only mentioning PC. In July 2021, Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II, and Final Fantasy III received an update with new graphics, audio, UI tweaks and quality-of-life improvements.

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Throughout the rest of 2021 and early 2022, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI were updated on PC.

Xbox owners have seemingly been left out in the cold once again. Square Enix has had an inconsistent presence on the platform opting to release some titles but not all their catalogue for players.

In related news, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is launching this week on Xbox Series, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC. In my review, I mentioned Zack Fair’s only adventure is full-on hammy but necessary to the lore of Final Fantasy VII Remake.