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'Final Fantasy XV' publisher could be announcing new HD remastered port

'Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remaster'
'Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remaster' Photo courtesy of Square Enix, used with permission

A new remastered port could be coming from Square Enix, the publisher behind the upcoming "Final Fantasy XV." According to a report from Gaming Bolt on June 3, a potential insider is claiming that a high-definition version of "Final Fantasy 12" may be announced within the next couple of months. The same individual did admit that he is not sure if the company will be revealing the game at E3 2014, however.

The Electronic Entertainment Expo is the biggest gaming convention in terms of new announcements. Square Enix could use the opportunity to announce "Final Fantasy 12 HD." The original game came out for the PS2 in 2006 after being delayed for a lengthy period. The software product features many changes when compared to the earlier entries, dividing the fan base. However, it got lost in the shuffle as the video game came out just months before the launch of the PS3.

"Final Fantasy 12 HD" is most likely coming out on Sony's current-generation console. All of Square Enix's remastered ports so far, including "Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remaster," were only released on the PS3. The same insider also claimed that the remastered ports from the tenth numbered entry of the series have sold well. A photo of the limited edition of the product can be seen near the top of this article (courtesy of the official Square Enix Twitter website).

A Square Enix spokesperson recently teased that new updates are going to be provided for "Final Fantasy XV" and "Kingdom Hearts 3." The upcoming "Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD" and the rumored "Final Fantasy 12 HD" should most likely be a part of the publisher's software lineup as well. E3 2014 is officially starting next week on June 10 although Square Enix could be making some announcements the day before in media briefings held by the Microsoft Studios and Sony Computer Entertainment console manufacturers.