However, what wasn't immediately apparent was that many of those same Final Fantasy titles would also be ported to the Xbox One, including the critically-acclaimed Final Fantasy 7. It's now becoming the black sheep of the Final Fantasy family, having not been remastered for mobile hardware like its late-90s brethren have been.
World of Final Fantasy Maxima has a release date of 6th November 2018, but the rest of the ports are all just nebulously 2019 dated.More news: Tottenham suffer Alli’s blow for visit of Liverpool
It's likely that Final Fantasy 9, 10, 10-2, and 12 will be ported versions of the Remastered editions previously made available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, meaning players can expect some reasonable enhancements to graphics and audio. Also, in 2019, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X and X-2, and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will all also be arriving on the platform. While there aren't a ton of details out for this game yet, Square Enix's official site for it has a bit, including an additional way to get a hold of the new content.
Yesterday during Nintendo's recent Direct presentation, they dropped the news regarding an unexpected get: World of Final Fantasy Maxima, an upgraded version of the 2016 RPG that's been fondly received by fans and newcomers alike. Perhaps that's a good thing, considering that the game is being given a drastic makeover that will see the adventure play out across several upcoming releases.