This page lists the version differences between various releases of Final Fantasy Type-0.

Final Fantasy Type-0[edit | edit source]

Release[edit | edit source]

  • Japanese release on October 27th, 2011.

Version differences[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD[edit | edit source]

Release[edit | edit source]

  • North American release on March 17th, 2015.
  • Japanese release on March 19th, 2015.
  • European release on March 20th, 2015.

Version differences[edit | edit source]

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One[edit | edit source]

Ace in the "Rise from Ashes" teaser, exclusive to Final Fantasy Type-0 HD.

  • High-definition remaster with expanded color palette.
  • Remastered soundtrack.
    • Several songs ("Wings of Fire", "Horror of the Abyss", "Arms of Steel", "Choosing How to Die", "Crystal Guide Us", "Show of Power", "The Heart Boils", "White Thunder", "The Vanishing Soul", "War:Pursuit") have vocals added in.
    • An English version of "Colorful - Falling in Love" and a new vocal theme song, "Utakata", were also recorded.
  • Modified controls for console controllers:
    • The camera and toggling between lock-on targets are controlled by the right analog stick, while it was controlled by the D-pad on the PSP.
    • Sheathing and bringing out a character's weapon only requires the left shoulder button, without the right shoulder button as done on the PSP.
    • The sub-commands only require tapping their respective D-pad buttons, while on the PSP, they were controlled by holding the left shoulder button and tapping a respective face button. The "Use Item" action, which was assigned to Select on the PSP, is also added to the D-pad.
    • The "Harvest Phantoma" action is assigned to the button assigned for normal attacks, instead of any of the three non-canceling buttons on the PSP.
  • Multiplayer functions are omitted. Connectivity with the Square Enix Members site, which was an avenue to obtain multiplayer-exclusive rewards via Internet connection in the PSP version, is also omitted. Achievements and rewards exclusive to multiplayer mode have been modified to be available in single-player mode.
    • The SPP system is retained, along with the feature to call for computer-controlled backup characters in missions. They are modified to allow players to obtain SPP and unlock SPP-exclusive rewards in a single-player game.
    • Some SPP Post prices are different.
  • Four difficulty modes are added—Cadet (Novice), Officer (Intermediate), Agito (Advanced), and Finis (Expert).
  • Increased blood levels.
  • Inclusion of dual audio tracks in Japanese and English.
  • Improved battle speed and controls for the playable characters.
  • Improved sound effects, such as footsteps, gunshots, and when navigating through menus. The flute melody for Deuce's normal attack has also been changed.
  • RTS missions are optional and can be skipped. They can also be replayed from the title screen.
  • The Class Zero orderly shop has different unlock requirements for Hi Potions and Remedies.
  • Scenes that happen during lectures are not voiced.
  • Player Data Summary no longer briefly displays when entering an area.
  • Ultima, Triad Maneuvers, the Vermilion Bird spell, and Eidolon attacks can all passively break the damage limit.
  • Inclusion of a teaser, "Rise from Ashes", that reflects a concept for a possible sequel.
  • Inclusion of a new alternate costume for the playable characters.
  • Kazusa's swimsuit model and Emina's lingerie model were removed from Historical Personae.
  • Achievements and trophies for Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.
  • On Xbox One, the current signed-in profile is shown on the bottom left in the title screen.
    • Pressing Y will change profiles.

Patch updates[edit | edit source]

Version 1.01[edit | edit source]
  • Reduced motion blur effect.
  • Improved camera control while moving.
  • Fixed various other issues.

Microsoft Windows (Steam)[edit | edit source]

  • Upgraded graphics resolution options for high end PCs.
  • Improved in-game battle camera.
  • Steam achievements and trading cards.
  • Scalable motion blur settings.
  • Pressing the L3 button/left stick adjusts character movement speed (normal, fast, and fastest). This also speeds up dodging animations. This effect stacks with the Accelerate skill and the Haste status.
  • Customizable dynamic screenshot mode.
  • Opening the menu will pause the game (Pause option will still pause timer and music).
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