Earlier in this year, when Square Enix first announced its Pixel Remaster series, there was a sneaking suspicion that we’d get to see all the games in 2021. Unfortunately, that’s not going to be the case.
In a tweet, which you can read by clicking here, Squeenix has revealed that the last game in the series – Final Fantasy VI – has been delayed until February next year. Sad face.
In fairness, there wasn’t much time to get the game out before the end of the year, anyway. And it’s been delayed for extra polish, which can never be a bad thing, right?
The latest release in the series, Final Fantasy V, landed at the start of November, so you’re just going to have to play that one for a while longer and wait for next year to get your hands on VI.
If you don’t know what the Pixel Remasters are, they’re basically polished up ports of the first six games in the Final Fantasy series with a few extra bells and whistles thrown in. You can find out more about them by clicking here.