Nintendo Switch and Xbox One gamers itching for their Final Fantasy fix don’t have too long to wait: Square Enix have confirmed that Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster will launch on April 16th 2019 and Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age on April 30th 2019 on both platforms.
Here’s all you need to know about Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster:
“Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster contains Final Fantasy X and its sequel Final Fantasy X-2, renowned as some of the most popular titles in the whole Final Fantasy series for their emotional stories and stunning graphical quality. Final Fantasy X follows the story of superstar athlete Tidus, whose fate intertwines with the beautiful summoner Yuna as they embark on a pilgrimage to save the world of Spira. Final Fantasy X-2 takes place two years later, following the stories of Yuna, Rikku and Paine in their exciting adventures to uncover ancient secrets and overcome powerful enemies. Having shipped over 14 million units worldwide to date, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster invites new players to discover a stunning RPG adventure you will never forget.”
And here’s all you need to know about Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age:
“Based on the 12th numbered entry in the smash hit Final Fantasy series that has sold over 6 million units worldwide, Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age has re-worked the game’s design and re-mastered their visuals in full-HD, making full use of current generation hardware capabilities to improve the graphical and audio quality for the ultimate play experience. Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age takes place in the breath-taking world of Ivalice, where magic is commonplace and airships fill the sky. The small kingdom of Dalmasca is caught between warring empires Archadia and Rozarria, and the lone heir to the Dalmascan throne, Princess Ashe has devoted herself to forming a resistance to liberate her homeland. The story begins when Ashe meets Vaan, a young thief who dreams of flying free in the skies, as their adventure changes the destiny of the world’s greatest nations.”
Both titles are currently available on the PlayStation 4 and PC too, so if you can’t wait until April you’ve got options. You can find out more about both games on the official Final Fantasy website through this link.