World of Final Fantasy is now available on Steam

Square Enix has announced that World of Final Fantasy is now available on Steam. Players will follow the journey of Reynn and Lann as they travel to restore their lost memories in this family-friendly adventure. Also, players will meet some legendary Final Fantasy heroes along the way.

World of Final Fantasy combines classic RPG gameplay mechanics and adorable visuals. Players can capture, customize and raise over 200 familiar creatures to assist in combat in a unique stacking active time battle system.

The game features an all new battle system where players can utilise their captured monsters to create powerful towers of monsters to fight foes. Players can use the monsters´ size, element, and order effectively to win the battle.

The PC version of World of Final Fantasy features STEAM Trading Cards and STEAM Achievements. Moreover, PC gamers the game comes with full keyboard and controller support. Furthermore, it packs an extensive list of bonus legendary creatures and characters, including Sephiroth, Balthier, White Chocobo and Glow Moogle.

It’s also worth noting that those who purchase the game prior to November 28th will receive the Day One Edition. This Edition includes a digital soundtrack sampler featuring enchanting tracks from the game. It also packs a stunning wallpaper showcasing legendary Final Fantasy heroes and creatures.

Enjoy!

World of Final Fantasy - Coming to STEAM on 21.11.17

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