Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Gets Gilgamesh Battle Video and Special Reebok Sneakers

Square Enix showcases more footage of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age for PS4, and introduces a collaboration with Reebok Japan for beautiful custom sneakers.

on June 10, 2017 6:25 AM

During a Final Fantasy 30th anniversary event held today in Yokohama, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Producer Hiroaki Kato presented a new video of the game.

The video showcases a long cutscene, the iconic battle against Gilgamesh, and the new Trial Mode.

On top of the video, that you can see below, a collaboration with Rebook Japan for an ultra-limited edition of Furylite sneakers dedicated to Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

The sneakers are available here for 19,429 yen (about $176), but there is a catch: the right to purchase the sneakers will be decided by lottery due to the limited edition nature of the deal. Applications will be open until June 30th, and winners will be contacted on June 20th. You can see what the sneakers look like at the bottom of the post.

You can watch the new video below, and if you want to see more, you can enjoy two recent trailers, two more and the last three of the series, on top of another showcasing the gambit system, and the newest story trailer.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will release on July 11th in North America and Europe, and on July 13th in Japan and Asia, exclusively for PS4.

It will include improved graphics, and the additions from the International Zodiac Job System from 2007, that was never localized for the west before. Trophy support will also be included, as well as a remastered soundtrack with a few new tracks.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Gets Gilgamesh Battle Video and Special Reebok Sneakers

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