Remaining Final Fantasy Titles Still Coming to Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft Assures

Remaining Final Fantasy Titles Still Coming to Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft Assures

Richard Walker

Having announced a variety of Final Fantasy titles for release via Xbox Game Pass as far back as X019 in November 2019, Microsoft has offered assurance that the remaining titles confirmed for the service are still on the way to Game Pass at some point. Specific launch dates will apparently be announced as and when.

To date, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, Final Fantasy XI, and Final Fantasy XV have been the only FF titles to hit Xbox Game Pass, with the other games promised remaining conspicuously absent from the line-up. Some have suspected whether those games will be coming to Game Pass at all.

“As we announced at X019, we are excited to bring the Final Fantasy franchise to gamers with Xbox Game Pass,” a Microsoft spokesperson told TrueAchievements. “We have done so throughout 2020 and will continue to do so in 2021 and beyond. We look forward to announcing specific launch dates for more Final Fantasy titles in the future.”

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remastered, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII are the remaining Final Fantasy titles to be added to Xbox Game Pass, as first teased in the X019 Game Pass image below.

Meanwhile, January brings with it Injustice 2, Torchlight III, The Little Acre, eFootball PES 2021 and others as the latest additions for Xbox Game Pass. Hopefully, we'll have specific dates for the aforementioned Final Fantasy titles on Xbox Game Pass soon.
  • Not really looking forward to replaying some of the worse games in the bunch on PC, but I'm a masochist for those RPG completions so I'll do it!
  • ... Or, people could just pop onto their xbox 360 during any major holiday (next big one is Valentines Day), and get 13, 13-2 and Lightning's Dumpster Fire at 75% for about £4 each. Good old Backwards Compatability!

    In all fairness, this will be a good move for microsoft, financially. Releasing these on Gamepass will indirectly influence their controller sales as well, thanks to utterly crap minigames.
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