The PC version has been ported to mobile platforms, and is available at a discount until further notice.
While you hang tight for Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intergrade to bring the franchise some PS5 updates, you can replay another Square Enix title on your telephone, as the 2019 HD version of Final Fantasy VIII has quite recently dropped for versatile stages.
It’s accessible now on Android and iOS, at a cost of $16.99 from the Play Store or Apple’s App Store temporarily, before the value ascends to $20.99 as of April fourth.
As indicated by the notes, what you’re getting is the PC remastered version of a game that was initially delivered in 1999, in spite of the fact that there are a few glitches noted in the FAQ and you’ll need to abandon player-made mods.
Chocobo World isn’t playable, there’s a option for a 3x speed boost, battle assist, and the capacity to flip fight encounters on or off.
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