Check out the reversible cover-art for physical copies of Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age on Switch and Xbox One

Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age is coming soon to Switch and Xbox One and today, Square Enix unveiled the gorgeous reversible cover-art. Included with physical editions and created by Art Director Hideo Minaba, the reversible Final Fantasy XII cover-art is a sight to behold.

In addition to the reversible cover-art, all versions of Final Fantasy XII on Switch and Xbox One will feature a host of upgrades and improvements. These include;

  • License (job) reset function – Enjoy your adventure by customizing the jobs of your party as you desire, to match whatever situation you are in. Simply visit Montblac, the leader of Clan Centurio in the city of Rabanastre, and freely change your job. Enjoy your adventure by customizing the jobs of your party as you desire, to match whatever situation you are in.
  • Gambit sets now increased to 3 sets from 1
  • Improved New Game +, Now you can carry over items that were obtained in previous play-through.
  • 60 FPS Capability (ONLY AVAILABLE ON XBOX ONE X VERSION)

In the tweet unveiling the new artwork, Square Enix also advised that the piece was all-new and original. 

Final Fantasy XII Cover Art

The artwork depicts Sky Fortress Bahamut which according to Final Fantasy Fandom is;

a massive airship in Ivalice, the world of Final Fantasy XII. Designed by Doctor Cid to be Archadia’s ultimate airship, the structure is so large that normal power supplies are insufficient to fuel it. It serves as the game’s final dungeon. 

Square Enix had already revealed one half of the reversible cover-art and we now know that the image above will be the other half. When not reversed, the cover-art is the standard imagery featured in other releases.

Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age will be coming to Switch and Xbox One on April 30, 2019.

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