Mobius Final Fantasy Gets Steam Version With Final Fantasy VII Remake Collaboration

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
PC version of smartphone RPG debuts in February with enhanced graphics

Square Enix announced on Wednesday that it will release its Mobius Final Fantasy smartphone role-playing game on PC via Steam in February. Square Enix is streaming a trailer for the game.

Project leader Naoki Hamaguchi noted that the PC version will not have compressed assets, so the 3D models will have a higher resolution. The game will also support up to 4K resolution and higher framerates up to 120fps. Players can sync their account between the game's mobile and PC versions to play and continue progress on either version.

The game will also have the collaboration event with the Final Fantasy VII remake, which includes resources from the remake itself used in the game. Players will join Cloud, and will also see the Guard Scorpion and Mako Reactor.

Square Enix describes the game:

Created by an all-star development team including producer Yoshinori Kitase and writer Kazushige Nojima – known for their work on the acclaimed FINAL FANTASY VII and upcoming FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE – MOBIUS FINAL FANTASY is the story of a man who wakes up in a world called Palamecia with no memory of his past. There, he finds himself tasked with bringing hope to the world by unraveling a mysterious prophecy around the legendary warrior of light.

Square Enix released the game on iOS and Android devices in Japan in June 2015. The game made the iTunes Best of 2015 list in Japan. The game debuted in the West last August.

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