Many months ago, Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition launched on mobile devices. It seemed like the experience was designed for platforms without a lot of computational power. However, it eventually made its way to Windows 10. This gave console gamers hope that the title would launch on Xbox One one day.
Today, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is launching on Xbox One. The game doesn't feature Xbox One X enhancements, but it still looks great on the system.
Are you interested in Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition on consoles? Let us know. It's definitely surprising to see it makes it way to the system.
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition costs $29.99 on Xbox One. However, it's discounted to just $17.99 for the next week.
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