For developers, it didn’t exist a way funnier to announce their plans for Final Fantasy 8 Remastered, than through a funny meme! More about this and what we should expect from the release, we are going to find out up next.
— FINAL FANTASY (@FinalFantasy) August 13, 2019
For fans worldwide Final Fantasy isn’t just a game anymore, it represents their greatest hobby or even a way to experience one of the best gameplay ever. At a recent event, developers, Square Enix, made their entrance big time. They held an extraordinary press conference with successful projects presentations, such Marvel’s Avengers or Final Fantasy 7 Remake. But probably one of the most significant announcement was definitely theirs because they chose to reveal the exciting future of Final Fantasy 8 Remastered.
The game will offer the incredible opportunity to play it on modern consoles, through its JRPG classic revival. How excited are all of us now? Well, maybe not too much considering there were more features announced!
Final Fantasy 8 Remastered to Come With Enhanced Graphics Somewhen in 2019
The developers detailed very well some of the best options and features that Final Fantasy 8 Remastered will finally get. From enhanced graphics for the best experience to more available stuff for smooth gameplay. What’s interesting, it’s the fact that Square Enix came with a new idea of presenting the game. Through an amusing and famous meme, one of the PS1 game.
The meme actually depicts a great scene between Rinoa and Squall, where the first tells to the other how good it looks. The meme then proceeds into an extra zoom that let us clearly how the pixelated face of Squall is actually very well defined and precise, smooth as well.
Developers just wanted to show us with this the way the graphics will act on Final Fantasy 8 Remastered. For a better experience, we will have to wait for a while because of the unspecified launch date, somewhere in 2019, the game will become available for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch.
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