As for the rest of the event, Nintendo covered plenty more ground, most of which touched on previous announcements.
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD launched on Thursday for Nintendo Switch. It will be joined by the spinoff games World of Final Fantasy: Maxima on November 8 and Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Everybuddy! this winter. As for the classic Final Fantasy releases, players can expect them to start landing on the Nintendo Switch "over the coming months and into 2019". Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2, and XII are all coming to Switch in 2019.More news: Spurs without Alli and Lloris for Liverpool clash
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World of Final Fantasy Maxima, a "leveled-up" version of the World of Final Fantasy game, will launch for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam on November 6. That has changed, as the recent September 2018 Nintendo Direct revealed that almost all of the PlayStation and PlayStation 2-era Final Fantasy games will soon release for the Nintendo Switch.
This week's delayed Nintendo Direct has proven to be full of surprises, with a host of Final Fantasy games scheduled to arrive on the Switch this year and next. This version will allow you to "befriend all the monsters", as well as play co-op with a buddy.
Final Fantasy 7 is out now for PC, PS1, PS4, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch.