TV Advertisement Shows Final Fantasy 15 Royal Edition For Nintendo Switch
Recently the Game Final Fantasy 15 Royal Edition got rated for PS4 and Xbox One by ESRB and this had got many fans and players ready with their consoles for the game. As if that was not enough we recently got a Tweet from someone who appears to be in a supermarket as the image posted revealed something more interesting. In the image, we see a Gamestop TV advertising Final Fantasy 15 Royal edition for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Final Fantasy 15 Royal Edition is scheduled to roll out on March 6 but, this Tweet has gotten many excited as well as confused as Nintendo Switch is in the talks for the game.
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So considering this advertisement is possibly a mistake on Gamestop behalf and is pretty much true then would you be looking forward to Final Fantasy 15 to be on Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments below.
Final Fantasy 15 windows edition, Royal Edition, and Royal Pack will be launching for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on March 6.