Mobius Final Fantasy for PC launches February 3 in the west

PC version comes west four months after Japan.

Mobius Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy free-to-play mobile game Mobius Final Fantasy will launch for PC via Steam in the west on February 6, Square Enix announced. The PC version originally launched in Japan on Novmeber 1.

The PC version of Mobius Final Fantasy offers full HD (1920×1080) support that tailors to different screen sizes, as well as 60 frames per second and 120 frames per second frame rates, and even 4K resolution support. The content of the game itself does not differ from the mobile version.

To commemorate the PC release, users who install and log into the PC version of Mobius Final Fantasy will have the chance to win a selection of in-game items, including “Ability Tickets,” a “Summon Ticket,” and more. Prizes awarded to players will be determined by the number of times the Mobius Final Fantasy PC Global Release Campaign webpage is shared and liked on social media through a “Share” button on the page.

On February 7, a special collaboration event with the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake will begin. The collaboration will see Cloud, the Guard Scorpion, and the Mako Reactor set up to fit within the world of Mobius Final Fantasy.

In a Square Enix blog interview, project leader Naoki Hamaguchi said he would like to do a Final Fantasy XV collaboration “in some way or another in the future,” as well as collaborate with other Final Fantasy titles.

Mobius Final Fantasy is currently available for iOS and Android.

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