PS4 Exclusive Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Gets Another Launch Trailer to Celebrate Release [UPDATED]

Square Enix released a second "launch trailer" for Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. Yes, another.

on July 12, 2017 11:11 PM

I guess than when you release a game a few times, you can afford to have two different launch trailers, and that’s exactly what we got today from Square Enix for the newly-released Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age.

This is in addition, and much longer, to the one that was released yesterday, focusing exclusively on the game’s story.

The classic JRPG has been improved in many ways, including the Zodiac Job System that was never released in the west, the new speed mode of you don’t want to walk around at turtle speed, and modern quality-of-life improvements like auto-save.

You can check out the launch trailer below, and if you want to see and read more more, you can also enjoy the one released yesterdaythirty minutes of raw gameplaysome more gameplay and a key art, and even more recent gameplay plus a cutscene, on top of a recent story trailer, another trailer from Japan, and a batch of screenshots showing the game’s Espers, its classic mobhunts and more.

Of course, you should probably take a look at our review, that Is quite enthusiastic, without spoiling anything.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is now available both in North America and Europe (we actually got it yesterday, so I guess this is late), exclusively for PS4, while Japanese and Asian gamers will have to wait for tomorrow.

Update: The Japanese version has just been released, and we added it at the bottom, if you prefer the original voice acting to the English dub.

 /  Executive News Editor
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