Briefly: Final Fantasy XIII-2 arrives on Steam on December 11, complete with support for 60fps and variable display resolutions. The second game in the trilogy is now available for preorder at $US17.99. Square Enix has also announced plans to patch support for multiple resolutions into last month's PC release of Final Fantasy XIII in December as well. Previously the game was locked at 720p without player-made mods.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Arrives On Steam On December 11
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