Classic Final Fantasy PlayStation Games Are Coming To Switch And Xbox One

Judy Cobb
September 14, 2018

Square Enix announced several Final Fantasy titles during the Nintendo Direct presentation on Thursday.

It's hard to believe that over 20 years have passed since RPG developer Squaresoft (now Square Enix) parted ways with Nintendo in order to bring their latest Final Fantasy titles to the Sony PlayStation.

That was far from the only Final Fantasy related annoucement though, even accepting that news of Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD had already leaked out. This not only includes the legendary Final Fantasy VII but IX, XII and X/X2 HD.

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2019 will see the arrival of eight - yes EIGHT - Final Fantasy games, which is probably a billion-ty hours of gameplay right there. World of Final Fantasy Maxima will arive on November 6th. This version will allow you to "befriend all the monsters", as well as play co-op with a buddy.

Of course, that's just speculation at this time. This is a historical announcement for a number of reasons, including the fact that this is the first time that Final Fantasy 7 is releasing on a home console that is not a PlayStation system. PS1 landmarks Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy IX, as well as PS2-era classics Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 - both in their revamped form thanks to a 2013 HD remaster - all will land on the Switch sometime next year. It's slated to come to the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch this winter.

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