Square Enix Japan has posted more screenshots for Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, as well as revealing new additions to the remaster that were not present in the International PlayStation 2 version.
Most notably, it is now possible to have a character set with two job classes simultaneously, instead of just one in the International version. Once a character unlocks "L Board Plus" on the License Board, they can then select a second job to complement their abilities. Different combinations of jobs are certain to have some interesting results.
Another small but useful addition is that of a real time transparent map, which can be pulled up to the user interface when exploring the field.
Finally, in addition to redone music from the original game, 8 new tracks will be added to remaster including both boss and field music.
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Square Enix has posted a new set of screenshots for Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, which is set to release later this summer.
The Zodiac Age is a remaster of the International version of Final Fantasy XII and includes dual-audio voice-over languages, a remastered soundtrack toggle, improved visuals and sounds, shorter loading times, an auto-save feature, and a turbo mode. Check out the screenshots in the gallery.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age releases for PS4 on July 11. Read up on the special editions here.