The Final Fantasy universe on iOS devices is set to grow once again. At the recent Tokyo Games Show, developer Square Enix announced Final Fantasy Type-0 Online.
Here’s the complete announcement trailer. Click here if you can’t see it.
As you can see, the game is an RPG featuring multiplayer combat. Currently, according to Gamemob, it is scheduled to hit the Japanese market sometime in 2016. The game may also arrive in North America and Europe.
If you can’t wait until then for a Final Fantasy fix, you can download Final Fantasy VII from the App Store now. Originally landing back in August, it’s a direct port of the PC title with no changes or additions made to the story. But Square Enix did make it easier to play on iOS devices as players can select a comfortable virtual controller that won’t obscure the action.
The game costs $15.99 and is a universal title designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. To play the game, it’s recommended you have an iPhone 5s or later, the third-generation iPad or later, and the iPad mini 2 or later.
For other app news and reviews today, see: Get a genuine tabletop RPG experience in Galactic Keep, Your kids can make a volcano erupt in The Earth by Tinybop, and Jetpack Fighter released in Canada and headed for the U.S.