'Final Fantasy XV' Latest News & Update: Square Enix Plans for Other Final Fantasy as 30th Anniversary Treat
While gamers are still residing at "Final Fantasy XV" euphoria, a leak that Square Enix is cooking a 30th anniversary Final Fantasy collection comes as a welcome development. According to rumors, predecessors "Final Fantasy VII" and Final Fantasy XII: Zodiac Age" are just few under consideration for remake versions. It is unclear though if who among the other titles are invited in this birthday collection.
Come to think of it, the current "Final Fantasy XV" is not alone in amassing the attention. Square Enix plans to unleash "Final Fantasy XIII" in 2017 for PlayStation 4. This iteration will feature a trilogy available in separate discs at 1080p resolution and seamless 60FPS, Gaming Instincts reported.
Now here is a thing to get our "Final Fantasy XV" players excited; 30th anniversary roadmap leads to rumors that there will be 9 total titles from the series to be released. These will ultimately lead to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. Remember that some of predecessors originally came from NES so they need to be ported for modern consoles.
Honestly, we believe that gamers should take it with a grain of salt until official announcement from Square Enix. 30th anniversary mayhem is a tempting idea but it needs a lot of work from remastering to translating and so on. It is not doubting the capability of Square Enix but the task is simply too complicated.
Now if "Final Fantasy" fans still hope for a treat of their lifetime, VG Leaks rumors said that there is going to be a season pass as well. The date for this "Final Fantasy" 30th anniversary edition spans across end of 2017 to mid 2018. Most of the titles are going to invade Steam while the rest will be for PC, the same rumor suggests.
At any rate, let us just say that "Final Fantasy XV" have elevated the game in a whole new level. What made Square Enix a house of blockbusters paid a price for huge expectations as well and a 30th anniversary edition is no exception.
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