Is Square Enix Remastering Final Fantasy Tactics?

The Japanese publisher may be planning a spin-off with a more modern edition, which wouldn’t be surprising considering that Final Fantasy was mentioned twice in another leak yesterday.


Yesterday, a leak on Epic Games’ database mentioned Final Fantasy XVI (a PC port is in the works, Square Enix has already announced it, but we don’t know the release date yet) and Final Fantasy IX Remake (this hasn’t been announced by Square Enix yet, but we’ve been hearing rumors about it for a long time, so there must be some truth to it). Now, in contrast to this, another Final Fantasy has surfaced…

On Reddit, in the Gaming Leaks and Rumors subreddit (this is where leaks and rumors tend to pop up, and in a lull we often look at what pops up here), Bloomberg editor Jason Schreier wrote that a Final Fantasy Tactics remaster was in development, but in the course of the conversation Midori (who has adopted a pseudonym), who leaked SEGA/Atlus games, was also mentioned and his credibility questioned. … until Schreier joined the dialog by writing: “Hi, the Final Fantasy Tactics remaster is real and happening.

The recent Midori leak about Visions of Mana being delayed on PS4 was false
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We first heard about a Final Fantasy Tactics remaster in 2021. At the time, there was talk of a major GeForce Now database leak, and that’s where the game appeared alongside the Final Fantasy IX Remake. Nvidia later confirmed the leak, but said that it was only internal test data and that these games might not exist. Of course, this was just a distraction from the “greens”.

Final Fantasy Tactics was not released in Europe (so there was no PAL version); it was released in Japan in June 1997 and in North America in January 1998 for the PS1. An updated version of the game, Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions, was released for PSP in 2007, ported to iOS in 2011, and to Android in 2017. The remaster is not official yet.

Source: VGC

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