Square Enix Confirms Disappointing Final Fantasy News

After years of anticipation, Square Enix has finally confirmed the news many Final Fantasy fans were waiting to hear: classic titles from the series are coming to PS4 and Switch in 2023. However, while this announcement should be welcomed with open arms, it also comes with some disappointments. Find out what these are and how they might affect your gaming experience in this blog article!

News of the change was shared on Twitter by @Wario64 and can be found in the Tweet embedded below.

Final Fantasy fans may be some of the most enthusiastic in all of video gaming, and diehards have actually invested the last day or so pleading Square Enix to make more copies readily available. The Pixel Remasters do not have a set release date simply yet, so it's possible that Square Enix could still go back on its choice and make more copies readily available. The company's social media posts have actually been swamped with requests to make more copies available, so Square Enix has to be mindful of the demand.

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Square Enix makes complicated decisions often, even if it suggests leaving cash on the table. That wasn't all that surprising as reports had been flooding the internet; the real surprise was that physical copies were offered an exceptionally restricted release with no advance warning. The site has actually been upgraded to state copies are no longer offered.

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It's tough to overemphasize how bizarre this whole scenario has been! Since the Pixel Remasters were very first revealed, fans have been begging to see them released on consoles. Final Dream fans may be a few of the most enthusiastic in all of video gaming, and diehards have invested the last day or two pleading Square Enix to make more copies readily available. This remains in spite of the fact that the physical release was provided a substantial rate point; the basic edition was priced at $74.99, while delivering cost more than $20.

The Pixel Remasters do not have a set release date simply yet, so it's possible that Square Enix could still go back on its choice and make more copies readily available. The company's social media posts have been flooded with demands to make more copies available, so Square Enix has to be mindful of the need.

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