Final Fantasy is turning 35 this year, and as part of the celebration of this milestone, UNIQLO is releasing a t-shirt collection inspired by the rich history of the beloved video game series developed by Square Enix.
Final Fantasy 35th anniversary UT collection details
The Final Fantasy 35th anniversary UT collection is comprised of 16 graphic t-shirts inspired by the 16 titles from the franchise’s main series, including the upcoming Final Fantasy XVI, which doesn’t have a release date yet.
Available in a full range of adult sizing, the lineup features iconic scenes, fan-favorite characters, and memorable moments from the franchise, rendered in UNIQLO UT’s forward-thinking graphic style. The collection even includes retro-styled pixel art motifs from the earliest titles in the series, marking the game’s history from its earliest moments since its launch in 1987.
Check out the entire Final Fantasy 35th anniversary UT collection in the photos below:
Final Fantasy 35th anniversary UT collection price, release date, and bonus
Priced at $19.90 for each t-shirt, the Final Fantasy 35th anniversary UT collection will be available in all UNIQLO stores across the U.S. and on UNIQLO.com starting May 16th. The lineup will also be available globally but launch dates differ among regions.
As a bonus, customers who make a qualifying purchase from this collection will also be eligible (subject to availability, while supplies last) to receive one deck of black playing cards featuring selected graphics from all 16 titles.
What is Final Fantasy?
Created by Hironobu Sakaguchi, Final Fantasy is a Japanese science-fantasy anthology media franchise centering on a series of role-playing video games known worldwide for its advanced visual techniques, unique style, and compelling storylines. In 2017, it received Guinness World Records recognition for being the most prolific role-playing game series, releasing 87 titles.
After popularizing many features now common in role-playing games, the franchise has since branched into other video game genres such as tactical role-playing, action role-playing, massively multiplayer online role-playing, racing, third-person shooter, fighting, and rhythm. The video game property has also spawned a number of CGI films, anime, manga, and novels.