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Remastered 'Final Fantasy XII' comes to PS4 in 2017

Expect HD graphics and a new job system.
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Add Final Fantasy XII to the next batch of Square RPGs getting a major facelift. The company announced today that a revamped version, titled Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age, is heading to the PlayStation 4 next year. And before you start worrying, yes Sony has confirmed that it's headed to North America and Europe in 2017 as well. As usual, you can expect it to run in 1080p and it'll feature an upgraded music mix. There will also be a revamped job system and some interface tweaks originally seen in the international version of the game.

FFXII was originally released in 2006 for the PlayStation 2, so you could think of this version as a belated anniversary release. The game was one of the last major releases for that console, and it looked surprisingly great considering the PlayStation 3 was right around the corner. Judging from the trailer below, the revamped version should hold up well against today's RPGs.

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