Get ready to live more of the past as it looks like a few more Final Fantasy titles will be making the jump over to the Xbox One and Switch systems now. It used to be that Square Enix held these aside just for the PlayStation consoles but that time has ended it would seem. That or the company wants to rake in more of that sweet money from fans willing to throw it down. With that all said, we can now look forward to Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age and the X/X-2 HD Remaster to make the leap over there this April. As if we did not already have a lot of time to sink into other games out there.
Ignoring all of the time and such here, both of these will usher in hundreds of hours of gameplay for fans on these consoles with all of the visual upgrades we should expect. Not to mention a few other upgrades to Final Fantasy XII that time and effort would allow for but nothing too drastic from where it all was before. If I had to guess, this is all to keep us playing the game here as we wait for the ever-requested Final Fantasy VII Remake we know is coming. Even though it has been held off for a bit. That and the fact I would rather see a FFVI remake before all of that. To each their own and now you know you can add these titles to your backlog as well.
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age — Switch & Xbox One
Critically-acclaimed Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age are now available for digital pre-order from Square Enix. These two classic titles are slated for release on to the Nintendo Switch system and Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X in April.
Key features for Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age include high-definition graphics, original and remastered soundtracks, and a new trial mode. Other additional enhancements include:
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster — Your Story Begins
Have you been waiting for the Dress Sphere to come to the Xbox One and Switch via the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster? Do you think this is just a fill gap until the next major release drops on us or will it be a distraction for another delay? Do we really have the time to sink into all of these massive titles anymore or will the Switch make it more possible? Let us all know down below. As we learn more for Final Fantasy at all, we will add it to the growing list here. Be sure to keep checking back in for all of that in due time.