Final Fantasy VI has been available on Android devices for the last few weeks, but will finally be making the jump to iOS devices in Europe and North America tomorrow, February 6.
The game was originally announced by Square Enix producer Takashi Tokita back in October and includes recreated graphics and the “new magicites and events” that were added in the GBA version.
Final Fantasy VI originally launched in 1994 on SNES and was later ported to the original PlayStation in 1999. It has since been released on the Game Boy Advance and PlayStation Network.
The game will cost $15.99 on iOS and requires an iPhone 4S (or later) or an iPad 2 (or later) with iOS 7 to run.