Final Fantasy 7, 9, 10, 10-2, 12 And World of Final Fantasy Coming To Switch, Xbox One
Square Enix has just announced that classic Final Fantasy games are about to drop on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. The releases are expected to come as early as 2019 to both the platforms.
The games in question, as revealed during the latest Nintendo Direct, are Final Fantasy 7, 9, 10 and 10-2 HD, 12: The Zodiac Age, World of Final Fantasy Maxima, Pocked Edition HD, and Crystal Chronicles HD.
All the titles are being released next year and a few questions are still left unanswered. For example, where is Final Fantasy 8? And, perhaps most importantly, are 7 and 9 based on the improved PC versions?
As for World of Final Fantasy Maxima, which is also releasing November 6, 2018 on PlayStation 4, it’s a brand new version of the game featuring a new mechanics that let you use classic Final Fantasy characters skins throughout the adventure.
Crystal Chronicles HD, it was revealed during the Nintendo Direct, will feature brand new dungeons and will let you play co-op both online and offline with your friends on the couch.
Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon is also coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 this Winter. It was originally a Nintendo Wii exclusive title from 2007, and now it’s getting remastered and released next year.
Great to hear all these Final Fantasy games are coming to Nintendo Switch (and Xbox One as well). What about you?