Final Fantasy titles are getting remasters coming to the Nintendo Switch
Revealed in the recent Nintendo Direct, Square Enix will be porting remasters of some of their classic titles of the Final Fantasy series. The list includes Final Fantasy 7, 9, 10, 10-2, Crystal Chronicles, World of Fantasy, and 12 to name a few. Interesting enough Final Fantasy 15 will appear on the Nintendo Switch known as Pocket Edition having a more adorable art direction compared to its PS4 and Xbox One counterparts.
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Also coming to the Nintendo Switch is Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy which comes to the Switch this winter.
#FINALFANTASY is coming to #NintendoSwitch, kupo! Many titles from the legendary RPG series are coming soon, including FINAL FANTASY VII, FINAL FANTASY XII THE ZODIAC AGE and FINAL FANTASY XV POCKET EDITION HD. #NintendoDirect pic.twitter.com/qZPHknqZIw
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) September 13, 2018
Here is the full statement on the remasters:
“High-definition versions of some of the most beloved Final Fantasy games of all time are coming to Nintendo Switch. This includes Final Fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age, Final Fantasy 9, Final Fantasy 10 and Final Fantasy 10-2. This is the first time any of these Final Fantasy games have been released on a Nintendo console.
“In addition, Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition HD will soon be available to download in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, and three other games in the Final Fantasy universe will launch on Nintendo Switch in the near future: The leveled-up edition of World of Final Fantasy Maxima launches on 6th November, Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon EVERY BUDDY! launches this winter, and Nintendo GameCube co-op game Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition with online multiplayer and no need for a link cable comes to Nintendo Switch in 2019.”
Ever since the success of Octopath Traveler, Square Enix seems to have discovered a new platform of success with the Nintendo Switch. Seeing such an overwhelming amount of games coming to the Switch this is a wonderful sign Square believes in the hybrid console.
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