In a recent interview, Final Fantasy XIV producer and director Naoki Yoshida said that an Xbox port hasn't been a priority for the MMORPG. They're focused on continuing to make expansions for the eight-year-old game.
For many years, there have been rumors floating around of an Xbox version of the Final Fantasy VII remake. Today, the PlayStation box art was updated with confirmation that it would come to other platforms on March 3, 2021.
Final Fantasy XIV is an incredibly popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) from Square Enix. The game has received numerous crossovers in the past, but the latest one may take the cake. Today, the developer released the gameplay trailer for Patch 5.1 which features Nier: Automata-themed content like a raid. It’s launching on October 29 so you won’t have to wait...
You can purchase Final Fantasy VIII Remastered for $20 through the Microsoft Store today. Even though it's classified as a remaster, it still features massive black borders. The resolution has definitely been upgraded so it's clear.
Final Fantasy XIV is an incredibly popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) which came out in 2013 on PC. Since then, the title has received numerous updates and boasts a significant fan following. Even though it's available on PlayStation 4, the game has yet to land on Xbox One.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is regraded as one of the best games ever made. Not only did shatter critical expectations at launch, but it was also loved by gamers. If you haven’t played this title, you can do so now at 60 frames per second.
Final Fantasy X|X-2 recently launched on Xbox One, and there was some controversy regarding its Xbox One X enhancements. There were articles floating around that said Square Enix didn’t upgrade the game, but that’s simply not true.
Final Fantasy X|X-2 is getting a remastered version on Xbox One soon. You’ll be able to play it very soon by purchasing it for $50. You can purchase it digitally or buy a physical copy for Xbox One or Nintendo Switch through Amazon.
Last year, publisher Square Enix announced that a number of Final Fantasy games were coming to Xbox One in 2019. Many of these titles were previously PlayStation 4 exclusives, much to the dismay of gamers who have other consoles.
A few months ago, Square Enix announced that a slew of Final Fantasy games were coming to Xbox One. Many of these titles had previously been PlayStation 4 exclusives, much to the dismay of gamers who preorder other consoles.
Backward compatibility opens Xbox One to a huge variety of games, spanning three generations of Microsoft's consoles. Despite hardware differences, it remains an outstanding feature, allowing a select library of older games to be played on Xbox One.
A few weeks ago, Square Enix announced that it's bringing a wide range of Final Fantasy games to Xbox One. Today, Square Enix launched World of Final Fantasy Maxima on Xbox One and other platforms. Players can discover the magical world of Grymoire.
A few weeks ago, Square Enix announced that it's bringing a wide range of Final Fantasy games to Xbox One. The first one to release is World of Final Fantasy Maxima. World of Final Fantasy Maxima should launch on November 6, 2018, priced at $39.99.
For years now, it seems like Square Enix has skipped releasing popular Final Fantasy rereleases on Xbox One. While the titles always end up on PlayStation 4, Xbox One owners have been left behind. Luckily, that changed today in a big way.
During the Square Enix E3 2018 media briefing, the company announced that Monster Hunter: World was getting a crossover event with Final Fantasy XIV and vice versa. The legendary "Behemoth" storms into the New World on August 1, 2018.
It's unclear when the event will start but Square Enix told gamers to "stay tuned" for further details. The Behemoth will be part of a Full Active Time Event (FATE) soon. FATE occur at random while exploring the world in Final Fantasy XIV.