Square Enix Hints At Final Fantasy XV For Nintendo Switch

By   /   Aug 22, 2017
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Nintendo Switch has been getting a lot of attention from third-party developers such as Capcom and Ubisoft and Now Square Enix has hinted that Final Fantasy XV could come to Nintendo Switch. Game Director, Hajime Tabata hinted that Final Fantasy XV could come to Switch during the Gamescom 2017 live stream.

Tabata didn’t mention Nintendo Switch by name but, hinted towards it by saying that they might be bringing Final Fantasy XV to a console whose name is very similar to Twitch. Given that Switch has been very successful and third-party devs are bringing their titles to the hybrid console, we would not be surprised if Final Fantasy XV comes to Switch.

However, this is not the only thing Square Enix revealed during the live stream as the studio has announced Final Fantasy XV pocket edition for mobile devices. According to Square Enix, the pocket edition will come to iOS, Android, and Windows 10 later this year. Also, the game has also been confirmed for early 2018 release on PC.

Square Enix is also working on Final Fantasy VII Remake which will be exclusive to PS4. Square Enix has been revealing details about the game from time to time and the studio has confirmed that Final Fantasy VII Remake will feature destructible environments and there will also be part-based destruction elements in the game.

Map and object destruction will also happen, and there are part-based destruction elements like breaking the Guard Scorpion’s legs.

Furthermore, Final Fantasy VII remake will feature action based combat instead of command based combat of the original title.

Battles are not command-based, they’re action-based. Regarding cover actions, there are places where they can be done on the map, but they are not required.

Final Fantasy XV is an open-world action adventure title developed by Square Enix for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and will come to PC in early 2018.

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