The past couple of months have given us not just one, but actually two high-quality premium mobile ports of Square Enix games. SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions and Romancing SaGa 3, both of which are also available on PC and consoles as well. However, it seems Square Enix is not quite finished with its mobile porting plan of the year just yet because The Last Remnant Remastered just launched out of nowhere for both Android and iOS. As is traditional for Square’s mobile ports, this one is a premium app priced at a hefty $19.99 (Rs 1400). Check out its trailer below:

In case you are unfamiliar with the title, The Last Remnant is one of the few JRPG games that was originally released for PC and Xbox 360 back in 2008. Then a decade later, it was remastered by Square Enix using Unreal Engine 4 and launched for the PS4. This remastered version then got ported to Nintendo Switch this year, which then served as the foundation of this mobile release.

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The Last Remnant has been all over the place, but now it is available for mobile devices

Aside from the expensive price, The Last Remnant Remastered Mobile is also pretty hardware-demanding. It takes up a whopping 8.5GB of storage on your device, with the initial download being roughly 4GB big and the remaining 4.5GB coming from data downloaded from within the game. Also, the game requires iOS 13 or the Android equivalent, so we can expect that it will have controller supports.

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This mobile port is pretty hardware-demanding, and it comes at a high price

Out of all Square Enix games that have been brought to Nintendo Switch, this is the one we least expected to make the jump to the mobile platform. We are not complaining, though. If anything, we are actually pretty excited about this news considering that the original The Last Remnant was great. The game would make for a perfect appetizer to prepare it for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remastered.