Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Coming Soon to Steam (Pre-Order for a DOTA 2 Loading Screen. Yes, a Loading Screen.)

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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, the remastered PSP action RPG released earlier this year on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (aka that game that came with the Final Fantasy XV demo), is officially getting a Windows PC release with the game now set for a Steam launch of August 18th.

Various upgrades and updated features will supposedly make the PC version the definitive version as originally envisioned by director Hajime Tabata. PC gamers can look forward to an improved in-game battle camera, increased blood levels, new character speed boosts, Steam achievements and trading cards, scalable motion blur, a screenshot mode, full controller support, and upgraded graphics resolution options for high-end systems.

These are the system requirements:

Minimum System Requirements:
Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1 64bit
Processor: CPU Core i3 2.5GHz
Memory: RAM 4GB
Disk Space: HDD/SSD 30GB
Video: GTX560Ti or AMD Radeon 7790 mp4 [H.264]
Sound: DirectX XAudio2API
DirectX®: 11 and over

Recommended System Requirements:
Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1 64bit
Processor: CPU Core i5 2.7GHz
Memory: RAM 6GB
Disk Space: HDD/SSD 30GB
Video: GTX750 mp4 [H.264]
Sound: DirectX XAudio2API
DirectX®: 11 and over

As a collaborative pre-order perk, Square Enix and Valve are offering a tie-in with DOTA 2. In addition to a 10% discount (that brings the full $29.99 price down to $26.99), pre-purchasing Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on Steam rewards DOTA 2 players with the Master Chocobo as a courier and Moogle as a ward. Oh yeah, and a Final Fantasy Type-0 HD loading screen. Yes, we have reached the point where exclusive loading screens are now used as a pre-order incentive, and that makes me sad.

Whatever. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is coming to Steam, and that’s what’s important here.

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