Most of the updates are specific to Steam, but all three versions are seeing the massive discount.
Square Enix has updated Final Fantasy 4 on iOS, Android, and Steam, with PC users seeing the biggest changes. No matter which of the platforms you play on, however, you can take advantage of a discounted price – Final Fantasy 4 is currently 50% off.
Normally retailing for $14.99, the game is available for $7.99 on Steam. iOS and Android are offering a slightly better deal, with a discount to just $6.99. Both mobile and PC versions are excellent reimaginings of the classic title – with bold new graphics to bring it to a new generation of players. Here’s all the new content you can expect to find on Steam with this latest update:
- Completely new interface
- Gamepad compatibility optimized
- Adjustments to keyboard and mouse controls
- Full-screen option added
- Added 21:9 aspect ratio
- New language settings – Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Korean, Thai, Japanese
- Various bug fixes
The additions on iOS and Android are much more minor:
- Full opening movie added
- Big screen support for larger devices
- Bug fixes
Originally released in 1991, Final Fantasy 4 was the first game in the series to use the Active Combat System. This system went on to become a stable of the series and offered players a more dynamic gameplay experience than traditional turn-based games.
Final Fantasy 4 is available on iOS, Android, and Steam. The 50% discount is expected to run until November 8.
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