Final Fantasy VI Android Release Has A Major Freezing Glitch

Final Fantasy VI Android Release Has A Major Freezing Glitch

Final Fantasy VI was released last week on the Google Play Store. The new version of the classic Final Fantasy game comes with a newly updated graphical look, along side several tweaks and adjustments. The mobile release allows a younger generation of gamers to enjoy one of the best entries of the long running role playing game series, and that’s usually a good thing.

All good things must come to an end, however, and your play through of FF6 may end sooner that you may remember. This new version of the game is plagued by a major glitch that makes it impossible to continue and complete the game. According to multiple reports, the game freezes in Thamasa, around halfway through the game, during a certain story event. It looks like there’s no way to prevent the glitch from activating, meaning that there’s no way at the moment to get past this sequence.

According to the reports, the glitch occurs on several popular devices like HTC One, HTC One S, Droid 3, Droid 4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy, Note 2 and Nook HD+, among others.

Since the glitch effectively prevents gamers from completing the game, we should expect a fix in the very near future. We’ll keep you updated as soon as more comes in on the matter.

Final Fantasy VI is now available on the Google Play Store for anyone who need to feed their Moogle craving. and FF6 will also launch on iTunes in the near future…hopefully with the patch that fixes the glitch already implemented.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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