Mobius Final Fantasy comes to PC with a Final Fantasy 7 Remake crossover

Mobius Final Fantasy, the free-to-download mobile game that came out last year, launches on PC in February.

The mobile RPG comes to PC with by-the-numbers visual options, such as higher resolution and 60 frames-per-second performance. The gameplay, however, is exactly the same, and, like on mobile, it’s free to download with microtransactions.

Save data can be carried over from the mobile version to Steam, and data is also shared between the two versions, so you can play on your mobile while out and about then switch to Steam when you’re home.

Mobius Final Fantasy heads west in August

Mobius Final Fantasy comes out on the App Store and Google Play in Europe on 3rd August, Square Enix has announced.

Mobius Final Fantasy is a free-to-download mobile game with in-app purchases described by Square Enix as the “first ever console-quality” mobile Final Fantasy title.

It’s developed by some of the people who work on the mainline Final Fantasy series, including producer Yoshinori Kitase and writer Kazushige Nojima (both worked on Final Fantasy 7 and are working on the Final Fantasy 7 Remake).