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Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

Final Fantasy XII for Switch / Xbox One has reversible covers

Those players who've had to wait for this game will also get extra in-game goodies like more Gambit sets, improved New Game+, and more.

April 30 marks the release date of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age for Switch and Xbox One, a remastered version of a game that's often considered to be one of the best in the Final Fantasy series, which also includes some new stuff that previously only was available for the International Zodiac Job System edition of the game that was released in Japan back in 2007.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age was released back in 2017 for PC and PlayStation 4, and since the Switch and Xbox One gamers had to wait, Square Enix has decided to share a couple of extras. They've revealed on Twitter that physical editions of the game will in fact have reversible covers so you can get the look you want for the game, and there are other extras in the game itself:

• License Reset Function: By talking to Clan Centurio's leader Montblanc in Rabanastre, players can reset and change their party member's jobs, allowing them to customize the jobs of their party as desired.
• Additional Gambit Sets: Gambits allow players to customize their party's AI. Players can now create three unique sets, allowing players to switch between sets for different situations, such as map exploration or boss fights.
• Improved "New Game+": Allows users to start the game with party members at level 90 and carry over some items like weapons, magic and gils obtained during previous playthroughs.
• Specific to Xbox One X: Supports 60 FPS

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"This remaster has been wonderfully done, and the rest of the world can now finally experience the extras that previously were only available to Japanese players."

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