Final Fantasy 7 And 8 Remaster Double Pack Is Coming

Final Fantasy 7 And 8 Remaster Double Pack Is Coming

Final Fantasy 7 And 8 Remaster, The Nintendo Switch versions of Final Fantasy 7 and Final Fantasy 8 Remastered will be sold together in a new physical edition, but only in select regions. Final Fantasy 7 was once the game that signified the decline of Nintendo and Square Enix’s relationship. The Final Fantasy series only appeared on Nintendo consoles until the release of Final Fantasy 7, when Square jumped ship to the PlayStation, causing a rift that lasted for years. It only took twenty years, but the remastered version of Final Fantasy 7 was announced for the Switch in 2018, finally bringing the game to a Nintendo system.

It was followed a year later by Final Fantasy 8 Remastered, bringing the last of the mainline original PlayStation Final Fantasy games to the Switch.

The remasters of Final Fantasy 7 and Final Fantasy 8 are currently only available on the Nintendo eShop, but that’s about to change in certain regions. It was announced last month that Final Fantasy 7/Final Fantasy 8 Remastered Twin Pack was coming to the Switch, but only in Asia. The official Final Fantasy Twitter account has announced that the game will be coming to Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and New Zealand on December 4, 2020.

There is currently no word regarding a North American release date for the Twin Pack, but it seems likely, considering that it’s being released in so many other territories. Final Fantasy 7 And 8 Remaster, The Switch is region free, so importing the game is also an option.

It’s a shame that Final Fantasy 9 is missing from the collection, as it would have brought together all of the main Final Fantasy games from the original PlayStation in one package. The Final Fantasy 7/Final Fantasy 8 Remastered Twin Pack is still a great deal, as these games have aged incredibly well. The QoL additions and improvements to the visuals mean that these versions of Final Fantasy 7 and Final Fantasy 8 are the definitive way to experience them on modern systems.

Source : thegamer

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