Final Fantasy XIII Game Trilogy Heads to Xbox One
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Square Enix and Microsoft announced on Saturday that Square Enix's Final Fantasy XIII trilogy of games are heading to the Xbox One console as backward compatible titles on November 13.
Final Fantasy XIII launched for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in Japan in December 2009 and in the West in March 2010. Final Fantasy XIII-2 launched for the same consoles in Japan in December 2011 and in North America in January 2012. Square Enix shipped Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII for the same consoles in Japan in November 2013 and in the West in February 2014. Square Enix later ported the three games to PC, and also released the games for smartphones in Japan only.
Square Enix previously announced in September that Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X | X-2 Remaster, and Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age will get ports for the Xbox One in 2019.
The World of Final Fantasy Maxima game launched on Xbox One (in addition to PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC) on November 6, and the Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD game launched for Xbox One (in addition to Switch and PS4) in September.