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

‘Final Fantasy VII,’ ‘IX,’ And ‘X’ Coming To Nintendo Switch In 2019

The Nintendo Switch just became a Final Fantasy machine

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD launched on Thursday for Nintendo Switch.

Vaan, meet Mario: of all the highlights and reveals from Nintendo's much-anticipated, earthquake-delayed Nintendo Direct event Thursday, none had more of a mic-drop feel than the surprising news that nearly all the mainline Final Fantasy games from the PlayStation's golden era will soon be making their home on the Nintendo Switch. This one is an updated version of the original game, and has a full release date of November 6, 2018 for the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch, and the PC.

In a bombshell of an announcement, a whole slew of Final Fantasy games will be heading to the Switch. The big bombshell, though, is that not just one, not two, but a whole airship's worth of the mainline Final Fantasy games are headed to the Switch!

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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. When it was leaked (and then confirmed) that the Switch was getting the adorable mobile phone version of the game, Final Fantasy fans shrugged with approval - at least it was something.

The second game is World of Final Fantasy Maxima.

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