Earlier this week, a video was published on the official Final Fantasy Twitter account that seemed to suggest that in Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster, the iconic jumble train scene will lack a specific level of complexity, very important.
As you can see, the train is not overturned:
– FINAL MIND (@FinalFosystem) February 13, 2022
For context, scene is must look like this, with the train upside down when Sabin returns to earth with it.
Turning the train upside down in history is one of the most famous and exciting scenes in Final Fantasy 6. And understandably so. Your party is actually battling a giant sentient ghost train while speeding off it down the railroad tracks, and when resident martial arts monk Sabin uses Meteor Strike, he doesn’t just do it. damaged the train but also lifted it off the ground, flipped it in midair, and, well, confused the whole thing.
We’re still working hard to polish the Final Fantasy VI pixel fix in time for next week’s release, and we see some of your comments that Phantom Train doesn’t flip in Meteor Strike. The video is taken from the pre-release version and will be adjusted during the launch time!
– FINAL MIND (@FinalFosystem) February 17, 2022
So, understandably, a lot of fans were upset and pointed out the problem in the comments section of the video. There has been enough outcry that this account has continued today with a statement reassuring everyone that the lack of a train capsized was merely because the video shown was from a pre-release version of the game. play. In fact, the train will capsize when launching.
Admittedly it’s a bit odd for a social account marketing a hugely popular game to publish a video of a very popular scene if the scene isn’t even done yet, but at least Square Enix Commit has the full effect of a train. confused to release.
Screenshots of Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Series
Final Fantasy 6 Pixel Remaster just got a new release date of February 23 on Steam and mobile after being delayed to launch in 2021 for extra polish. The previous version of Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters launched with some bugs that needed to be patched after launch.
Rebekah Valentine is an IGN news reporter. You can find her on Twitter @duckvalentine.
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