Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD for Switch launches today

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD for Switch launches today

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD for Switch launches today

As for the rest of the event, Nintendo covered plenty more ground, most of which touched on previous announcements. Both Square Enix and Nintendo underestimated Octopath Traveler, and it went on to sell over 1 million units worldwide.

Square Enix announced several Final Fantasy titles during the Nintendo Direct presentation on Thursday.

If you'd like a more light-hearted play through of the latest in the line of Final Fantasy titles, explore the world of FINAL FANTASY XV with a cast of adorable characters in Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD!

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Alongside the previously announced Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles remaster, we're also getting the remastered versions of X, X2 and XII, an enhanced version of World of Final Fantasy subtitled Maxima, as well as VII and IX in their semi-original forms. You might as well start calling your Switch "the Final Fantasy machine".

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. Years have gone by, wounds have healed, and old relationships have since been renewed, but for the longest time, PlayStation-era Final Fantasy games were not available on Nintendo consoles. Just one buddy at a time, though. It's slated to come to the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch this winter.

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