Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Is Out For Switch & XBox

Feb 21, 2018
Square promised that four of Final Fantasy's greatest moments would go multiplatform before the spring was over. As of today, it has come to pass as Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X / X2 and now Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age are freely available on Switch and XBox One.

Originally released in 2006 on the Playstation 2, Final Fantasy XII told the story of the struggle for the throne of the Kingdom of Dalmasca, and the perky street kid caught in the middle. The game is notable for being set in Ivalice, a location connected to several other Square games such as Final Fantasy Tactics Advance and Vagrant Story.

The "Zodiac Age" version of Final Fantasy XII was first released on Playstation 4 and contains enhancements beyond your typical HD conversion. More info in Square's press release below.

LOS ANGELES (Apr. 30, 2019) – Return to Ivalice today and experience FINAL FANTASY® XII THE ZODIAC AGE™, with all new features and gorgeous remastered graphics for the first time on the Nintendo Switch™ system and the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X.

This version includes the ability to switch soundtracks from modern to classic, a trial mode, as well as a variety of new enhancements including:
  • License Reset Function: By talking to Clan Centurio’s leader Montblanc in Rabanastre, players can reset and change their party member’s jobs, allowing them to customize the jobs of their party as desired.
  • Additional Gambit Sets: Gambits allow players to customize their party’s AI. Players can now create three unique sets, allowing players to switch between sets for different situations, such as map exploration or boss fights.
  • Improved “New Game+”: Allows users to start the game with party members at level 90 and carry over some items like weapons, magic and gils obtained during previous playthroughs
  • Specific to Xbox One X – Supports 60fps

FINAL FANTASY XII THE ZODIAC AGE is now available physically and digitally on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. The title is rated T (Teen). Please visit the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) website at for more information about ratings.

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The time travelling empress
Jun 7, 2018
I got my copy, the character models improved tremendously but the NPC's are remain the same making them looking out of place because they remained ps2 graphics.
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