This time the Nintendo Direct was well worth stopping up for, and amongst all of the game announcements and trailers it seems that Square Enix have made a decision to heap their attention on the diminutive system next year.
When SquareEnix's Hajime Tabata joked that Final Fantasy XV might come to Nintendo's hybrid portable, fans bought into the hype.
World of Final Fantasy Maxima is a cutesy adventure through Grymoire where you'll meet heroes from numerous past FF games, coming this November.
These are remasters of the original versions - so not the upcoming remake of Final Fantasy VII - but it will be the first time any of them have been on a Nintendo console.
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That's a lot of Final Fantasy, but I know what you're thinking: Where's VIII?
Soon after this reveal during the Direct, it was announced that in addition to coming to Switch, all of those same aforementioned titles other than Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon and Crystal Chronicles Remastered will also be arriving on Xbox One.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is coming in 2019.
Of course, that's just speculation at this time. World of Final Fantasy originally launched for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in October 2016, and for PC in November 2017.
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