Many of you probably are aware of the fact that Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster is giving its best in order to provide a definitive version of the classic SNES title. As the rest of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters is already released, the only thing that might be missing is the Square Enix which needs just a little bit more time with the final title for which it is being delayed by a couple of months.
Maybe one of the reasons for Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters being hit by a wave of skepticism and some distrust, is Square Enix’s track record in porting those original games. Many fans were excited to try the ports which were really exclusive to mobile and PC, totally skipping the console realm. Unfortunately, the users were quite disappointed. The previous ports to mobile and PC have been playable but often they came with some changes which hadn’t been welcomed by the users. The aim of those ports was only to provide a similar remaster treatment to all six Final Fantasy games without sacrificing their original design.
However, Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster was delayed to February the upcoming year. In a new update the company announced:
“In order to bring you the best experience possible, we’re giving ourselves the necessary time to apply final polish while finishing development on the game.”
Information regarding Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster’s pre-purchase bonus items was also given in this update. New items will be available for the users – two new special soundtracks, “Locke’s Theme (Timelapse Remix)” and “Aria di Mezzo Carattere (Instrumental),” joining the “Timelapse Remixes” of “The Decisive Battle,” “Terra’s Theme,” and “Searching for Friends.” “Timelapse Remix” was described by Square Enix as special arrangements that start with the original rendition of the song, before “gradually transition[ing] to the reworked alternative soundtrack version.” Not only that but fans will also be able to get two types of Pixel Remaster wallpapers based on all six titles, not just Final Fantasy 6.