5 months ago, Final Fantasy Ultima v20 was released shocking the RDNH community as it brought forth new features never before thought possible, including a New Game+ mode. With this release, many assumed that no additional content could be added and it would be the last release...
...but the fantasy is never final.
Rumors among the Discord community whispered of a new release and before anyone knew what was happening, a new version dropped, causing an uproar among players - the Dev team had done it again: new areas, new bosses, and new summons. However, what soon followed would forever change the face of Final Fantasy IV and further prove that the only limitations of this edition is the Dev's team imagination and with that, version v25k was coded into existence.
In addition to brand new spells, summons, locations, and challenges, v25k adds quality of life features never before thought possible within the confines of an SNES game. Players choosing to play this version will be introduced to a completely revamped item/equipmet and magic screen, including descriptions for both. A brand new ATB meter has been added, giving the game the same look and feel of later Final Fantasy games and adds a whole new depth of stragety within the game's hardest fights. Those familar with the game will also notice the classic Chocobo has been upgraded, allowing adventurous players to explore brand new areas by crossing the shallows. Long time veterans of Final Fantasy IV will notice new sound effects and graphics for some of the game's most popular weapons. As to play homage to another classic SNES RPG, a special item has been added that will make any fan of the series unbelievably giddy, especially when they discover what this item can do.
Like with every new release, v25k also includes a host of rebalances among characters, monsters, and spells; new shops, and a plethora of additional changes that you'll simply have to experience to believe.
As always, on behalf of the Final Fantasy IV Ultima Dev team, thank you for your continued support. The hope is you enjoy the game as much as the dev team did developing it. Here's to 25,000 downloads; see you at the next major milestone!RHDN Project PageRelevant Link