Avid fans of the Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will be rolling out to PC this coming February 1. This time, the game will be featuring real-with-pause squad combat. Fans have expressed excitement about the game’s entire series.


News of the Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age coming to PC surfaced when PC Gamer interviewed the game producer Hiroaki Kato. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age’s producer revealed some big news about the popular Final Fantasy game.


PC Gamer asked Kato as to the different ways that PC players will get to enjoy the Final Fantasy XII than console players. Kato said that his team brought some additional features to the PC platform. He expressed hope that PC players will get to enjoy the FFXII differently from console players.


“PC players can also play on high-end laptops with external GPUs, so I think that people who do so will be able to keep experiencing the deep collecting and side activities in FFXII TZA in many different places!,” Kato told PC Gamer in an interview.


Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age features


Also, Kato said that Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age has an enhanced gaming experience. Players will be able to play the game on a wide screen display with 48:9, 60 fps support as well as keyboard and mouse controls.


Apart from this, Kato said that the new game supports the low resolution, for instance, a 1280 X 720 so that other gamers will be able to enjoy the game.


When asked if the new game will have the same content with that of the console versions, Kato said all the game contents-the story, party members, character development system, battle design and monsters, among others-will, be the same as the PS4 version.


“We have also added several extra features such as a “New Game Plus” playable from level 90, a ‘New Game Minus’, in which you do not level up at all, available from the start, as well as a booster to set your gil and license boards to the maximum. We think that these will allow players to dig even deeper into the game and make discoveries in the massive world of Ivalice,” he said in the same interview.