Mobius Final Fantasy, Square Enix’s free-to-play mobile role-playing game, is coming to Windows PC via Steam on Feb. 6, the publisher announced today. The day after, Square Enix will kick off a Final Fantasy 7 Remake promotional event in Mobius Final Fantasy.
The Steam release of Mobius Final Fantasy will offer “full HD” (1920x1080) resolution, Square Enix said in a release. On the Square Enix blog, project leader Naoki Hamaguchi said the PC port of the mobile game will support up to 4K resolution and refresh rates between 60-120 fps. Hamaguchi also noted that players will be able to transfer game data from the mobile version to the PC version.
Mobius Final Fantasy’s promotional tie-in with Final Fantasy 7 Remake will use game assets from the upcoming PlayStation 4 project, including models of Cloud and the Mako Reactor.
“Players will join Cloud, who has gone astray in Palamecia, on his adventures and see how the story unfolds based on his decisions,” Hamaguchi said of the crossover. “Content-wise, Final Fantasy VII fans will surely become fraught with emotion as events unfold in-game.”
Mobius Final Fantasy’s Final Fantasy 7 Remake collaboration was released for the Japanese version of the game late last year. For a look at what’s in store for players in the West, here’s a Japanese trailer for that special event.
Mobius Final Fantasy was originally released in June 2015 in Japan. The game came to North America in 2016. It’s free to download for Android and iOS devices.