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Final Fantasy XII launches on Xbox, supports 60 FPS on Xbox One X

Last year, Square Enix announced that a number of Final Fantasy games were coming to Xbox One in 2019. Many of these titles were previously PlayStation 4 exclusives, much to the dismay of gamers who have other consoles. Luckily, that changed with the release of Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remastered a few days ago. Today, the company launched Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on Xbox One. If you own an Xbox One X, you're in for a treat because it supports 60 frames per second on the console.

Enter an era of war within the world of Ivalice. The small kingdom of Dalmasca, conquered by the Archadian Empire, is left in ruin and uncertainty. Princess Ashe, the one and only heir to the throne, devotes herself to the resistance to liberate her country. Vaan, a young man who lost his family in the war, dreams of flying freely in the skies. In a fight for freedom and fallen royalty, join these unlikely allies and their companions as they embark on a heroic adventure to free their homeland.

Final Fantasy XII is regarded as a cult classic due to its story and stellar gameplay. It garnered stellar review scores in 2006 and it seems like the gameplay holds up even to this day. If you want to play it with better visuals, you'll have to pay $50 for the game on Xbox One.

Are you interested in Final Fantasy XII? Did you play it all those years ago? Let us know.

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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.

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  • I really wish this ran at a higher resolution.