Square Enix has confirmed that each entry of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series will launch for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. So far, a limited physical special edition is available for pre-order for ¥33,000, with a planned shipment of May 31, 2023. However, this date is a placeholder. As of now, they have been confirmed for a Spring 2023 launch.
The following contents will be included:
- FINAL FANTASY I-VI COLLECTION game package
- FINAL FANTASY I-VI PIXEL REMASTER -FF35th Anniversary Edition- GOODS BOX
- FINAL FANTASY I～VI PIXEL REMASTER VINYL
- The Art of FINAL FANTASY PIXEL I-VI REMASTER -FF DOT. PIXEL REMASTER ver.-
- FINAL FANTASY PIXEL REMASTER Pixel Figure Set
- Purchase Bonus:
- FINAL FANTASY I-VI COLLECTION LENTICULAR SLEEVE
North America and Europe have this edition available for pre-order for $259.99/€274.99. There is also a standard physical edition for $74.99/€74.99. The physical releases are emphasized to be in especially limited quantity.
The titles can be purchased individually or as a bundle digitally, as well.
These Pixel Remaster ports were highly implied to be true based on recent ESRB rating descriptions. These games are currently only available on Steam and mobile devices.
Images of the collector’s editions contents (PS4 box art shown) are viewable via our gallery below:
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