Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XII is headed to the PS4 in 2017. A teaser trailer was released alongside the announcement and revealed that the name of the HD remaster will be Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age.

The trailer shows the return to the game’s world of Ivalice and its cast of characters, all of which has undergone a major improvement in the graphics department. Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age will also include the Zodiac job system which until now has been unavailable in western versions of the game. The HD remaster will also include a new trial mode which will allow players to fight up to 100 successive battles in a row.

The Zodiac Age will come with a remastered version of its soundtrack with the option of switching to the game’s original.

Final Fantasy XII is the story of a small kingdom caught between warring nations and the small group of adventurers who rally together to fight a tyrannical empire. Originally released in March 2006, Final Fantasy XII was well received by critics and fans and sold over five million copies in the year it was released.

According to Square Enix, Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age will be playable at this year’s E3.

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