Nintendo fans who have never expanded to other platforms will soon be able to visit Gaia and experience the story of Cloud, Aerith, and Sephiroth for the very first time. This will be the first time Final Fantasy 7 has been released on a Nintendo platform, after all. During today's presentation, Nintendo confirmed that both Final Fantasy 7 and its popular franchise follow-up Final Fantasy 9 will arrive on Switch on March 26 and today, respectively. They're both launching on Switch in April. Today's Final Fantasy announcements are just a part of Square Enix's plans to bring several classic Final Fantasy games to modern platforms. Here's when Final Fantasy 7 Remake could come to Xbox, Switch, and PC Nearly five years after it was announced to dramatic fanfare at E3 2015, Final Fantasy VII Remake is … In addition to Final Fantasy 7's Nintendo Switch announcement, Final Fantasy 9 was also confirmed. FF7 Remake has since been delayed from its initial March 3 release date, and that exclusivity window has since been updated to April 10, 2021. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is planned for the Switch, too, but doesn't yet have a release date. On the other hand, there's good reason to suspect FF7 Remake will eventually make its way to Microsoft platforms. Few might have expected the Final Fantasy franchise to make an appearance during today's Nintendo Direct, yet Square Enix showed up in a big way. Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released for PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020. FINAL FANTASY VII, the timeless classic loved by a legion of fans, comes to Nintendo Switch with a number of helpful extra features! Then again, they got The Witcher 3 and Skyrim to run on Switch, so it may indeed be possible. Presumably, that means ensuring that marquee Japanese-made games come to the platform. Obviously, that didn't end up coming to pass, but there's good reason to hope that we'll see Xbox One and Series X versions of the game out soon after Square Enix's exclusivity agreement expires in April 2021. Final Fantasy VII Remake comes to PS4 April 10. It's the perfect 40-hour-or-more JRPG to keep Final Fantasy fans busy until March. However, an enhanced port of the PS1 version of the game is already available for all your on-the-go and bedtime Final Fantasy needs. Square Enix hasn't made any details available just yet, but here's what we know about FF7 Remake coming to Xbox, Switch, and PC in the future. Expect more news regarding Square Enix's plans to bring Final Fantasy to the Nintendo Switch in the months ahead. We have no plans for other platforms.” The game won't be a PS4 exclusive forever. A one-stop shop for all things video games. Final Fantasy 7 launches on Nintendo Switch on March 26. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is planned for the Switch, too, but doesn't yet have a release date. We learned this back in December 2019, when an eagle-eyed fan of the franchise on Twitter spotted the fine print on box art for the upcoming game. And that's a strikingly meaningful event, given that Final Fantasy 7's development was what caused Square Enix to abandon Nintendo in favor of Sony platforms for years afterward. In September 2018, Square Enix revealed that not only was it going to bring Final Fantasy 7 and 9 to Nintendo Switch in 2019, but also Final Fantasy 10/10-2 and Final Fantasy 12. And it's available not only on Nintendo Switch, but also Xbox One and PC via the Windows 10 Store. Make no mistake, this is the original PlayStation Final Fantasy 7. It's not clear if a future Xbox version of FF7 Remake will be an enhanced version for next-gen consoles, but thanks to Microsoft's spiffy new Smart Delivery feature, you'll only have to buy it once for either Xbox One or Series X. Final Fantasy 9 was the last major Final Fantasy release for the original PlayStation, with Final Fantasy 10 coming to the PlayStation 2. With Final Fantasy XV, which released on both Xbox One and PS4 in November 2016, the PC port released a year and a half later. The game will launch on PlayStation 4 April 10, 2020. "As previously announced, Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be released for the PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020," the Square Enix representative would … As things stand right now, it seems unlikely that Final Fantasy VII Remake will come to the Switch due to technical limitations, but a lot could change in a year and fans shouldn't give up hope just yet.