Final Fantasy Ix” is one of the most memorable games in the series that originally released back in 2000 for the PlayStation 1. The game includes many themes varying from war, friendship, romance, coming of age, action, and much more. Despite having released more than a decade ago, Square Enix has ported the game to multiple consoles so new players can continue to enjoy it. Moreover, some of these ports even improve several features like gameplay and graphics.

PS4 Port

A few days ago, Square Enix listed “Final Fantasy IX” for the PS4 which caused quite the commotion among fans.

Many were eager to hear about a new port on the said console, while others were even hoping for a possible remake. While we aren’t getting a remake, Square Enix just announced that the game is already available to download on the PS4, as per Twinfinite. That said, you can actually buy the game right now on both the North American and European PlayStation Stores.

"FFIX" follows the story of a bandit named Zidane who was tasked with kidnapping the Alexandrian princess, Garnet. After she forcefully joins him, Zidane and his motley group go on a quest to stop Queen Brahne from continuing the ongoing war. However, the plot thickens as the protagonists discover that someone else is actually pulling strings.

Other ‘Final Fantasy’ games

Aside from “FFIX,” Square Enix is also working on other games in the series. The “FFXV” developers recently shared that the multiplayer expansion will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next month on October 31. Those who bought the game and its Season Pass can download the “Comrades” expansion for free.

However, you can still purchase the multiplayer expansion as a separate download if you didn’t buy the Season Pass.

That aside, Square Enix will also be releasing a PC Port of the main game next year. This version will support Nvidia technology for enhanced graphics and smoother gameplay. Moreover, you can even use Nvidia GeForce to record and share your journey with your friends.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a more casual experience, you can wait for the mobile edition that's coming out later this year. This game will contain all the original characters and plot, except that the developers have decided to use chibi visuals instead. The combat has been streamlined for mobile devices and will cater towards the casual audience. The mobile edition will have a total of ten episodes to download with the first one being free.