Final Fantasy VI Android Fix To Be Released Soon

Final Fantasy VI Android Fix To Be Released Soon

Two days ago we reported that the Android version of Final Fantasy VI came with a critical bug which prevented gamers from progressing beyond a certain point in the story.

Square Enix has now acknowledged the bug and confirmed that a fix is currently in the works. The new fix not only will remove the bug, allowing gamers to move past the glicthed story event, but also fix a mispelling and another issue with Sabin’s special ability.

Here is the full list of fixes:

  • The game no longer crashes during the cutscene showing the fight between Kefka and General Leo.
  • The icon for Sabin’s Blitz ability now displays correctly.
  • A misspelling of the term “Esper” has been corrected.
The Android release of Final Fantasy VI comes with a few new features not found in the original version of the game, a new interface, touch screen controls and more. The game’s graphics have also been changed, with some new sprites and reworked backgrounds. Some gamers might not like the new appearance of the game, but it’s undeniable that the title still has the same charm it had many years ago when it originally launched.

Final Fantasy VI is now available for download on Google Play. The game should be released on iOS devices soon.


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