Final Fantasy Is Being Well Represented On Switch

Ceria Alfonso
Setiembre 14, 2018

Now that Square Enix knows there is an audience for its games on Nintendo's handheld/home console hybrid, it's announced that Final Fantasy 7 and a host of other Final Fantasy games are coming to the Nintendo Switch in the coming months. Unbeknownst to Noctis, however, the journey ahead is fraught with perils...

Final Fantasy 15: Pocket Edition is kicking off this string of Final Fantasy releases for the Switch, and it is available now.

Watch the launch trailer below.

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"Final Fantasy VII", "Final Fantasy IX", and "Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster" are all on their way, along with the recently released "Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age".

In addition, Square Enix also said that Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon, the 2007 Wii game, will also come to Switch. World of Final Fantasy Maxima will arive on November 6th. But we did get a bit more insight into the company's upcoming launch of the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service, which will launch September 18 alongside no fewer than 20 classic games from the NES era, including these 10 titles announced today: Ghosts 'n Goblins, Excitebike, Tecmo Bowl, Yoshi, Double Dragon, Gradius, Ice Hockey, River City Ransom, Pro Wrestling, and Baseball. This version will allow you to "befriend all the monsters", as well as play co-op with a buddy.

In fact, it's the first time any numbered Final Fantasy has been on a Nintendo home console since Final Fantasy VI on the SNES in 1994.

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