An HD remaster of Final Fantasy XII is coming to PC on February 1.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age was released to PlayStation 4 last July, and the PC version will include everything from that version: the rebalanced International Zodiac Job System, new mechanics, multiple speed options, remastered soundtrack, remastered visuals and a trial mode.

The PC version will also feature 60fps gameplay, 21:9 ultra-wide monitor compatibility, full controller support, three background music options (original, re-orchestrated or soundtrack), max-out cheat modes to grant yourself max license points and gil, New Game+ and New Game- modes, and Steam Trading Cards.

Once FFXII is out on PC, only the original Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II, and Final Fantasy XV will be missing from the platform.

However, a 4k resolution/60fps version of the latter is coming to PC soon.

"[Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age] is an adventure I will not soon forget," wrote Gameplanet contributor Chris Brown in his review of the PlayStation 4 version.

"More importantly, it’s one I do not want to forget, which is more than I can say for almost every entry in the series released since this game first saw light 11 years ago."

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is coming to PC in a couple of weeks