Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Celebrates One Million Sales With Free PS4 Theme by Hideo Minaba

Square Enix is in full celebration mode for the sales milestone achieved last month by Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, and they're giving away a PS4 theme.

on November 22, 2017 4:45 PM

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age recently passed one million shipments, and today Square Enix is celebrating in the best way possible.

That way is to give away free stuff, which in this case is a PS4 theme with a beautiful illustration by Art Director Hideo Minaba representing the Eruyt Village.

If you want to decorate the desktop of your PS4 with strategically-positioned Vieras highlighting some of their best attributes, you can download the theme from the North American PlayStation Store.

Unfortunately, the theme has not been released on the European PlayStation Store at the moment, but you can still download it with a North American account, and it will work with any account on your PS4 once installed, as long as the console is set as primary.

While the theme is not dynamic, it comes with a beautiful dedicated background music, so it’s definitely worth the brief download.

On top of the theme, we also get a pair of celebratory trailer focusing on the story and on the beautiful world of Ivalice. You can check them out below alongside a couple of pictures of the theme itself.

If you’re not familiar with Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, enjoy our quite enthusiastic reviewyou can .

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Celebrates One Million Sales With Free PS4 Theme by Hideo Minaba


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