The first three installments of the Final Fantasy pixel remasters released last month, apart from a few shit font i other minor problems, it's good to have some suitable ports for these aged console classics. The first six Final Fantasy games are slated to receive treatment over time, and Final Fantasy 4 is the next ranking leader: it will be released on September 8th.
This means that the release dates previously found on SteamDB are inaccurate: FF4 will be released a couple of weeks later is scheduled for August 19, so FF5 and FF6 will probably not arrive on 9 and 30 September respectively. However, at this rate, they will all be released by the end of the year.
The Final Fantasy 4 remaster will include a number of improvements in quality of life, including an automatic battle option and a modernized user interface (if you don't like the new font, you can modify it). There are also new additions, such as a beast, a music player and, most importantly, the ability to save whenever you want.
Final Fantasy 4 was originally released for SNES in 1991. Confusingly, it was released as Final Fantasy 2 in North America due to the absence in this market of some previous installments. "In Final Fantasy IV, The Kingdom of Baron sends its elite airship fleet, the Red Wings, to attack the surrounding countries," according to Square Enix. "Distressed by his mission, Cecil, a dark knight and captain of the red wings, decides to fight the tyrant Baron with his trusted friend and his lover by his side."
The 4-pixel Final Fantasy remaster will be available on the day Steam.