Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
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Final Fantasy Is Coming To Nintendo Switch In A Major Way

Final Fantasy Is Coming To Nintendo Switch In A Major Way

Square Enix took a chance on the Nintendo Switch by releasing a classic-style JRPG called Octopath Traveler as an exclusive for the console.

During the Direct, we learned that Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is out right now on Switch with World of Final Fantasy: Maxima making its way to the console in November.

This time the Nintendo Direct was well worth stopping up for, and amongst all of the game announcements and trailers it seems that Square Enix have made a decision to heap their attention on the diminutive system next year. Also announced were Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon, which will release this winter and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered which will land in 2019.

The first game is Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy, and it's a souped-up version of 2007 Wii title Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon.


What is somewhat unclear at this point is if the versions of Final Fantasy 7 and Final Fantasy 9 that are releasing for the Switch are the original versions or the upgraded editions.

But one of the biggest surprises was the annoucement that Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD, and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age are coming to Switch sometime next year. The game supports two-player co-op.

The second game is World of Final Fantasy Maxima.

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