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Mobius Final Fantasy launches November 1 in Japan, features 4K support on PC


Square Enix has announced that the recently announced PC version of Mobius Final Fantasy will finally come to Japan via Steam tomorrow on November 1. In addition the game will have support of 4K and 60 fps, and will support the cross-save between PC and mobile versions.


Square Enix has announced the release date of the PC version dedicated to Mobius Final Fantasy, the game that came out a couple of months ago on Android and iOS. The title will be available on Steam as of November 1, but it seems that, at least for the moment, will be exclusive Japanese. On the page of the Valve platform they have explicitly stated that the title is not available in Western region.

Seizing the opportunity, the company has confirmed that the title will be compatible with 4K support and resolutions of 1080p , which is one of the most significant graphical improvements that we will find in this version.

Mobius Final Fantasy is an adventure free role game where you control a man who wakes up in a world called Palamecia without remembering one iota of his past, a place which will have to restore hope solving the mysterious prophecy of the Legendary Warrior of Light.

The title was originally released in European country both on iOS and Android last August 3, although nothing is said anything about the possible arrival of thegame to the West with the conversion to PC.

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