Final Fantasy 1-6 Remakes Coming to PC and Mobile Soon

Square Enix announced remakes of the first six Final Fantasy games during its E3 2021 presentation.

It's dubbed the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series and will release on Steam and mobile devices "soon."

The trailer Square Enix provided was brief, but showed a glimpse of what to expect from the graphical enhancements.

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Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster seems to sit halfway between the original 8- and 16-bit pixel art from the 1980s and 1990s and the shiny mobile versions released in recent years.

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Here's everything we know about Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster.

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Square Enix opened the Steam pages for all six games included in the Pixel Remaster collection.

Final Fantasy 1-3 have release dates set for July 28 and will cost $11.99 each.

Final Fantasy 4-6 have no fixed dates or price yet.

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The Steam pages for the first three also have several more screenshots, including these two we've added below.

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As to whether they look better, here's what we think.

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Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Overview

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster is a visual overhaul of the first six Final Fantasy games.

We'd list them out, but it's Final Fantasy which means it's the same title for each, just with different numbers.

Since the series is focused on the original games, it likely means The After Years will not be included.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Trailer

Check out the E3 2021 Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster trailer:

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Release Date

Square Enix didn't provide a release date for Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, but did mention the collection is "coming soon."

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Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Platforms

So far, Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster is confirmed only for Steam and mobile devices so far.

Rumors suggested it would be released on Nintendo Switch as well, so it's possible we'll see more platforms announced soon.

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Price

Each game is being released individually, though Square Enix hasn't announced prices yet.