Final Fantasy is not only one of the most popular franchises for Square Enix but it is also one of the oldest in the game industry. The 30th anniversary of the franchise is just around the corner and Square Enix is planning to celebrate Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary in style.
Square Enix has announced that the company will be holding a 30th-anniversary event for the franchise. The event will take place next month and will be called Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary opening ceremony. Not much details have been revealed but the name of the event suggests that more events will be held later in the year.
Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary opening ceremony will be held at Toha Cinemas in Roppongi Hills. Also, 200 Square Enix members in Japan have also been invited to the event.
Also, there is a rumor making rounds on the internet that suggest that to celebrate the three decades of Final Fantasy, Square Enix will be launching Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Collection. This collection will include Final Fantasy I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII and IX. These games will be released for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
There will be three versions of this collection, a Regular version, Collector’s Edition and Crystal Complete Edition. The collection will also include a built-in art gallery and sound test menu to play songs from the games and a ton of more content.
The rumor also suggests that Final Fantasy I, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions and Chrono Trigger could be released for PC by the end of 2017 and Final Fantasy VII Remake and Final Fantasy XV will launch for PC in mid-2018.
So what are your expectations for the 30th-anniversary event? Let us know in the comments.