Final Fantasy VIII Remastered has new customization options for players. However, the PC version will overshadow some of them.
Final Fantasy VIII Remastered which was first announced during the presentation of Square Enix E3 201
- Triple Speed
- Battle Improvements (Max HP and ATB Display, Special Moves Always Available)
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And while the news is certainly good for long-time fans as well as newcomers, there is of course a caveat, unfortunately for those Those who prefer the console version of the upcoming title will be the PC version of the game, which will be available on Steam ird, which has the following exclusive features:
- Purchase all items, abilities, special moves, and Triple Triad cards.
- Max GF Level, Gil, and Magic
- Highly Customizable System Settings
Although it is still unclear why these versions are missing in the console versions, the fact was explicitly clarified by the manufacturer. It is hoped that a more in-depth explanation of this exclusivity will follow in the coming months.
Final Fantasy VIII Remastered – released later this year for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC for Steam – has the character models and updated graphics. You can watch the official trailer here to take a look at the graphic enhancements of the title. The last time the game was ported was in 2013, when it was equipped with several new features such as Magic Booster and the Chocobo World mini-game.
Recently Dissidia Final Fantasy NT acquired two new playable characters from Final Fantasy VIII – leading actress Rinoa and chief villain Ultimecia.