If you subscribe to an all-you-can-play service, you’ll soon be able to get your Final Fantasy fix much more easily. In the coming months, both PlayStation Now and Xbox Game Pass will add several games from the RPG franchise, with the majority of them exclusive to PS Now.
Final Fantasy XIII is the first game to be released, and it is now available on Xbox Game Pass for console and PC, the first time it has been made available on a current console.
However, starting September 7th, you’ll be able to play the legendary Final Fantasy VII (the original, not the remake) on PS Now.
The remaining titles will help PS Now catch up to Xbox Game Pass, where they have been available for some time.
Final Fantasy’s VIII Remastered will be available on Sony’s service on October 5th, while Final Fantasy IX (arguably the PS1’s final chapter) will be available on November 2nd.
The remasters of X and X-2 will be available on December 7th, while Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will be available on January 4th.
If you’re a completist (you won’t see VI and earlier), this expansion won’t satisfy you, and it’s unlikely to persuade you to subscribe on its own. It could, however, be a significant factor.
You can relive your childhood Final Fantasy’s titles on a modern system while also getting access to a slew of significantly newer games.