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Mobius Final Fantasy coming to Steam with Final Fantasy 7 Remake tie-in

Mobius Final Fantasy, Square Enix’s free-to-play mobile role-playing game, is coming to Windows PC via Steam on Feb. 6, the publisher announced today. The day after, Square Enix will kick off a Final Fantasy 7 Remake promotional event in Mobius Final Fantasy.

The Steam release of Mobius Final Fantasy will offer “full HD” (1920×1080) resolution, Square Enix said in a release. On the Square Enix blog, project leader Naoki Hamaguchi said the PC port of the mobile game will support up to 4K resolution and refresh rates between 60-120 fps. Hamaguchi also noted that players will be able to transfer game data from the mobile version to the PC version.

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Admiring the spectacular feats of the Grand Theft Auto stunt scene

 

Beyond its faux Los Angeles murder playground, swiping satirical humour, and supercharged bank heists, Grand Theft Auto 5 and its Online counterpart play host to a thriving performance culture. Courtesy of the Rockstar Editor—introduced in concert with last year’s PC release—players in their droves have since crafted reams of dilettante television shows, documentaries and films—some which have been watched by hundreds, thousands and, on occasion, millions of viewers.

One particular community which has evolved alongside the series is the GTA stunt scene. Reaching back as far as 2001’s first three dimensional instalment, Grand Theft Auto III, this group of adventuring thrill-seekers came into its own in the following year’s GTA: Vice City. In the days pre-social media, forums and file sharing sites served as the easiest means to swap notes on the best stunting locations, and to distribute footage of the most prolific daredevils. By the time San Andreas arrived in 2004, the scene had established itself as a flourishing subculture, which has reached fever pitch via the latest instalment in the advent of social media, not least YouTube.