Square Enix unveiled that the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster anthology is set to hit the shelves on April 19, for both PS4 and Nintendo Switch. This highly anticipated installment of the acclaimed franchise is sure to captivate gamers everywhere.

The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series is a collection of updated versions of the first six entries of the seminal RPG series, boasting a rearranged soundtrack helmed by legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu, a modernized UI, auto-battle functions, and plenty of other tweaks and improvements.

For the console release, players can toggle between the classic and revised soundtracks, allowing them to traverse the map without interruption from random encounters. Furthermore, players can employ the boost feature to expedite their progress, gaining up to fourfold the experience they would normally accumulate. With the right settings, they can make quick work of their runs.

In a noteworthy alteration, gamers now possess the choice to alter fonts. They can transition between the standard typeface–which was condemned by players for being too unsightly during the PC and portable launch\–and a pixel-based typeface that’s near the original sensation of the games.

Players have the option to purchase all six titles in the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series either as a comprehensive bundle or individually. While the Nintendo Switch edition of the package can already be preordered for $75, the PlayStation 4 versions are not yet available for purchase. Square Enix has indicated that these will be made available at a later, unspecified time.

If you pick up games individually between April 20 and May 25, you’ll be rewarded with a theme and avatar for each one. But if you opt for the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster I-IV bundle, you’ll get a total of six themes and avatars to decorate your console.

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