The 12th title in the mainline Final Fantasy series, Final Fantasy XII was released in March 2006 to critical acclaim, and by the end of year earned a number of “game of the year” citations. Among its innovations: an open world split into zones, a controllable camera, and a “license” system that allowed players to assign certain equipment and abilities to the playable characters. On July 11, you’ll be able to experience the game like never before with the release of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, and today Square Enix has released a story trailer for the game.
According to Square Enix:
Players will be able to experience the intrigue of Final Fantasy XII’s story like never before with enhanced high-definition graphics and the Zodiac Job System, allowing players to pick two of 12 jobs in a character progression system first introduced in the Japan-only release, Final Fantasy XII: International Zodiac System. The title will also feature a remastered soundtrack, 7.1-surround sound, speed mode, an auto-save feature, faster loading times, a new Trial Mode and more.
See below for the new trailer:
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will launch on July 11 on PlayStation 4.