A myriad of Final Fantasy titles are coming to Nintendo Switch; VII, IX, X/X-2, XII: TZA ports due out 2019 By Wazi the pa on September 13, 2018 at 6:53 PM

Square Enix is bringing a huge number of Final Fantasy titles to Nintendo Switch ranging from spin-offs to core numbered titles, Nintendo has revealed during their recent Nintendo Direct livestream.

Below is the full list of titles coming to the system along with their release windows:

  • Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition – Available Now
  • World of Final Fantasy: Maxima – November 6, 2018
  • Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Everybuddy! – Winter 2018
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition – 2019
  • Final Fantasy VII – 2019
  • Final Fantasy IX – 2019
  • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster – 2019
  • Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age – 2019

Check out the announcement in video form below:

  • MajoraMan28

    Final Fantasy VII Remake next
    I have faith it will happen
    I’m so happy for these already!

    Final Fantasy is back home!!!

  • william sager

    weres 8 ughhh

  • stevenm281

    Well then I want Octopath Traveler on PS4!

  • stevenm281

    I got a feeling that 8 will be remade rather than remastered

  • Diego Pinheiro

    Me too.

  • Diego Pinheiro

    It will be problably Final Fantasy VII Remake Pocket Edition going to Switch… sorry! lol

  • Wazi the pa

    I can see myself playing ALL of these on a road trip to somewhere.

  • James Stine

    Not any time soon, that’s for sure.

  • James Stine

    I have to agree with that one.
    Edit: Also, it would be titled Final Fantasy VII Remake Pocket Edition HD.

  • NoctLightCloud

    The Switch isn’t strong enough for the full VII Remake. Even my PS4 Pro can’t handle XV on Graphic Mode. Idk I feel like consoles still can’t keep up with the pace graphics are evolving these days.

  • MajoraMan28

    It is, just running with slight downgrades on certain textures.
    Also, comparing FFXV with VII is absurd. Both games run on different engines, XV running on a terribly optimized engine and being hard to program with. VII runs UE4, which has tools that helped a lot of developers to port high end games on the console. It’s very possible.

  • stevenm281

    you’re totally right

  • •december

    Great announcement

  • MajoraMan28

    We’ll see who’ll be saying sorry at the end.

  • One Eco

    You know perfectly that that won’t happen.
    Maybe a niche spin-off sequel, but not the main titles.
    Happened before with the Bravely series.