Final Fantasy III Pixel Remaster launches July 28 on Steam

Jerry on 2021-06-30
Final Fantasy III will receive its first English-language localization as a 2D sprite-based role-playing game on July 28, published as a "Pixel Remaster" through Steam and for smartphones.

Previously Final Fantasy III has only seen an official release in the West as a polygonal remake. The "Pixel Remaster" edition is presented in a sprite-based format reminiscent of the Game Boy Advance ports, while also adopting a widescreen display. Planned features include a fast-forward option, bestiary and music player, as well as onscreen mini-maps of dungeons and towns.

The newly arranged "Eternal Wind" by series composer Nobuo Uematsu can be previewed on YouTube. Character sprite art for the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series is overseen by pixel artist Kazuko Shibuya. The digital soundtrack for the 8-bit NES and Japanese Famicom console release of Final Fantasy III is available for streaming on Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited.

Vinyl record "Final Fantasy III: Four Souls" ships domestically through the Square Enix store for North America.

From the product page:
A remodeled 2D take on the third game in the world-renowned FINAL FANTASY series! Enjoy the timeless story told through charming retro graphics. All the magic of the original, with improved ease of play. With the power of light nearly eclipsed by the power of darkness, only the crystals' four chosen adventurers can save the world. Experience the iconic job changing system first introduced in FFIII - switch jobs at will and use various abilities as you progress in the game. Change into a variety of classes like Warrior, Monk, White Mage, Black Mage, Dragoon, Evoker, or even call monsters to do your bidding with as a Summoner.
CDJapan - FINAL FANTASY I.II.III Original Soundtrack Revival Disc Blu-ray

Square Enix store North America - FINAL FANTASY III: Four Souls Vinyl