Square Enix has just released the first major update to the iOS edition of Final Fantasy V.
Released in March 2013, Final Fantasy V for iOS is a mobile port of the classic medieval-fantasy role-playing game of the same name, which was originally released for Super Famicom in 1992.
With its first ever major update, Final Fantasy V has finally gained support for syncing games saved via iCloud. “Game data saved with iCloud can now be shared across devices!” Square Enix notes. “At home or away, on your iPhone or iPad, pick the play style that’s best for you.”
The update also adds support for iOS game controllers. Its release notes specifically mention the Logitech PowerShell, although other game controllers are expected to work with the game as well.
The new version of Final Fantasy V for iOS also includes language support for Portuguese, Russian, and Thai, in addition to English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish.
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