[edit] Background

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is the high-definition remake of the PSP action RPG originally released for Japan in 2011, now updated for the PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms. Type-0 is set in the world of Orience divided into four Crystal States, each controlling a crystal that bestows its respective nation with unique talents. The Militesi Empire breaks the peace and launches an attack on the Dominion of Rubrum, and soon war consumes all of Orience.

Players experience the journey of Class Zero, a group of fourteen students from Rubrum's academy who join in the defense of their nation. The game is structured through missions that players undertake while selecting destinations from Orience's world map. Missions employ Class Zero's students themselves, or even whole military divisions directed by the player from the world map, and can involve liberating cities under enemy control or going on offensives. Mission objectives are dynamic and may change based on player actions.

Encounters with enemies during missions unfold as real-time battles where players take control of up to three characters they can switch between at any time during combat. Each character fights with their signature weapon that bestows unique abilities and special attacks that players can unleash, and some can also use ranged magic skills. Players can coordinate special team attacks and counterattacks through proper timing.

The game was originally announced as "Final Fantasy Agito XIII" for the PSP and mobile phones, and was intended to introduce players to Square Enix's "Fabula Nova Crystallis" brand of titles that Final Fantasy XIII and XV are also a part of. The mobile phone version was eventually cancelled, and Agito XIII was renamed Type-0. The PS4 and Xbox One ports of the game mark Type-0's official localized release outside of Japan. Sadly the multiplayer elements from the original PSP release were removed from the Type-0 HD remakes for consoles.

The PC version of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will feature graphics resolution options to support a greater variety of displays plus additional in-game graphical improvements, controller support, and Steam achievements and Trading Cards.

[edit] Minimum System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 64bit
Processor: CPU Core i3 at 2.5GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Disk Space: HDD/SSD 30 GB
Video: GTX560Ti or AMD Radeon 7790 mp4 [H.264] Sound: DirectX XAudio2API
DirectX®: 11 and over

[edit] Recommended System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 64bit
Processor: CPU Core i5 at 2.7GHz
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Disk Space: HDD/SSD 30 GB
Video: GTX750 mp4 [H.264] Sound: DirectX XAudio2API
DirectX®: 11 and over

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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD launches on Steam this August 18th, PC system requirements revealed

Fight the Empire in high-speed HD glory

Jul 28 at 12:24pm, by Maxfield Navarro | 0 comments
March NPD Number Crunch: Battlefield Hardline, Bloodborne lead a month of stingier sales

PS4 retakes hardware sales crown as both it and Xbox One continue to outsell predecessors

Apr 16 at 6:02pm, by Leo Chan | 3 comments
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD arrives, launch trailer teases Final Fantasy XV demo

Anything, just as long as it isn't labeled with "XIII"

Mar 18 at 4:43am, by Rory Young | 9 comments
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD 'Final Trailer' sets the stage, introduces Final Fantasy XV's 'Episode Duscae'

A one-two punch of spikey-haired, fair-skinned, eye-liner wearing protagonists

Feb 05 at 3:29pm, by Rory Young | 2 comments
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD 'Enter the Fray' trailer released, four nations and four crystals

Oof, that voice acting is something else

Oct 29, 2014, by Rory Young | 23 comments
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD coming to North America March 17, Final Fantasy XV demo bundled

How is this even the same game as the PSP version?

Sep 17, 2014, by Rory Young | 2 comments

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Release Dates
  • North America:
    • Aug 18, 2015 (PC)
    • Mar 17, 2015 (PS4)
  • Japan: Oct 27, 2011
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  • Emergency Evasion
  • Above the Law
  • Enter Class Zero