Nintendo Switch and Xbox One owners will soon be able to dip into a range of classic Final Fantasy titles, Square Enix has announced.

Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age are coming to Nintendo and Microsoft's consoles in 2019, with Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD available for the Switch today.

If that wasn't enough, World of Final Fantasy Maxima is coming to PS4, Steam, Switch, and Xbox One on November 8, with Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon slated to appear on PS4 and Switch this winter.

As previously confirmed, the remastered version of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is heading to Sony and Nintendo's platform next year.

Final Fantasy obviously has a long history with Nintendo, with the original game debuting on the NES and subsequent sequels appearing on the SNES. However, Final Fantasy VII skipped Nintendo 64 in favour of the PlayStation when the Big N refused to abandon cartridges in favour of CDs.

Square Enix is also working on a full-blown remake of Final Fantasy VII, although when we'll actually see the game is anyone's guess.

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