Fans of the classic Japanese role playing game Final Fantasy 4 may want to revisit the game soon, as Square Enix has released a November patch for the PC, iOS, and Android versions of the game  — introducing some new features and bug fixes that will enhance the game quite a bit.

Check out the video from Square Enix announcing the patch update.

Here’s the list of updates from the patch via Steam, which includes a new interface, full-screen mode, and Asian languages.

  • Completely new interface:
    • Gamepad compatibility has been optimized.
    • Small adjustments to keyboard, mouse, and touch panel operations have also been made.
  • Full-screen now available:
    • Full-screen display now available until 21:9.
  • The follow language settings are available:
    • Chinese (Simplified)
    • Chinese (Traditional)
    • Korean
    • Thai
    • Japanese
  • Small bugs have been fixed.

Originally released for the Super Famicon in Japan by Square in July 1991, “Final Fantasy IV” follows the adventures of Cecil, a dark knight, who embarks on a quest to stop the sorcerer Golbez from getting his hands on powerful crystals that could endanger the world. The game was the first in the Final Fantasy series to introduce the Active Battle System, and was released for North American audiences as “Final Fantasy II” for the Super NES in November 1991.

Be sure to check out our related feature on Final Fantasy VII Remake getting an update recently in patch 1.01 here.