Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy IV on Steam and mobile devices have received an update patch.
After the update, players will have a completely new interface with optimized gamepad compatibility, and adjustments may to keyboard, mouse, and touch panel operations. Additionally, a full-screen option is now available to play the game at 21:9 resolution.
Along with a few other bug fixes, new language support has been added, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Korean, Thai, and Japanese.
The mobile version of the game now supports video and can be played on larger screen devices.
Currently, the game is available across all devices at a discount. Most of them are 50% off, but the base price of the game is $14.99.
Final Fantasy IV was first released in 1991 and was the first introduction to the Active Time Battle system. This PC version has been updated with improved graphics and spoken dialogue for the characters during events. The story itself is one that I’d hate to ruin because it is perhaps one of the best RPG narratives to date. The game takes chances on unheard elements at the time, and even now, developers don’t do.
This update is available now. If you’ve previously purchased the title, the update should be applied.
You can watch the trailer below:
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