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


X-2 HD Remaster, and Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age are all scheduled to release in 2019. This is a historical announcement for a number of reasons, including the fact that this is the first time that Final Fantasy 7 is releasing on a home console that is not a PlayStation system.

There's no word yet on what they'll cost. I don't need another copy of Final Fantasy X, but I'm definitely going to be picking it (and the others) up when they launch next year!

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition had also already been announced, at a PlayStation event earlier in the week, but it will also be coming to Switch next year, complete with online multiplayer and new areas.

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World of Final Fantasy Maxima will lead the charge with its release on the Xbox One on November 6th.

Besides all of this remaster love, we're also getting one new game in the slightly disappointing shape of Chocobo Mystery Dungeon, though really there's very little to complain about, apart from perhaps where Final Fantasy XIV is! This version will allow you to "befriend all the monsters", as well as play co-op with a buddy. It's slated to come to the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch this winter. Additionally, what about all of those Final Fantasy games that appeared on Nintendo hardware?