Final Fantasy IX is now available on PC via Steam and for a limited time it will cost $16.79 instead of the normal $20.99 price. The classic Final Fantasy game has sold over five-million copies since its original release in 2000 and players can relive the adventure of Zidane and his friends with new features including Steam Achievements and seven game boosters such as high speed and no encounter modes.
In Final Fantasy IX, Zidane and the Tantalus Theater Troupe have kidnapped Princess Garnet, the heir of Alexandria. There’s a catch though, as Princess Garnet has desired to escape the castle and through a series of unusual events, Garnet and her personal guard, Steiner, set off on an incredible journey with Zidane and company.
According to the game’s Steam listing, the port also features high-definition movies and character models along with an autosave feature. The special promotional price will end April 20, 2016 so if you’ve been waiting patiently for Final Fantasy IX to arrive on PC, you better grab it now and save a few bucks.
Final Fantasy IX was originally released in the U.S. on November 13, 2000 for the PlayStation before heading to mobile platforms Android and iOS earlier this year in February.