Yesterday, Square Enix Japan hosted a special 30th Anniversary celebratory event for their iconic Final Fantasy franchise.

At the event, a release date was announced for Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. The game, which is a remaster of the PS2 classic Final Fantasy XII, was recently shown off at the Taipei Games Show 2017 held in January.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will release for the PlayStation 4 on July 11 2017 and will feature updated environments, characters and cutscenes all running at crisp 1080p.

The game will also feature a newly recorded soundtrack in 7.1 surround, a trial mode where you can battle monsters in up to 100 successive rounds, and additional content that was previously only available in the game’s International Edition.

Square Enix also announced a highly unusual collaboration with Nissin Cup Noodles which involves 15 limited release noodle packs, each themed with a boss from the first Final Fantasy game all the way to Final Fantasy XV.

The entire Cup Noodles set will retail for 6,048 yen (around R720) and will be available for pre-order in Japan from today, Feb 1st 2017.