During the recent Nintendo Direct, Square-Enix announced plans to release the Final Fantasy VII, IX, X and X-2 remaster, and Final Fantasy XII: Zodiac Age for Nintendo Switch. Coming later in 2019, the series's most iconic entries will make its long debut on Nintendo platforms, giving fans the opportunity to play the long-lasting series in a new way.
Although the series found its way on Nintendo platforms, eventually moved to PlayStation 1, with all of the following main entries remaining on the non-Nintendo platforms page, including PS4 PC and Xbox One . The last major release of a core Final Fantasy game on Nintendo platforms was Final Fantasy VI on Super Nintendo. The announcement of today's releases at Switch is known for the fact that it shows the biggest focus the series has had on a Nintendo platform at once.
Not much else is known at this time, except that they will be the newest ports in each game from other consoles and steam, and they will also launch on Xbox One as well. Final Fantasy XII: Particularly the Zodiac Age is a standout, which is a gateway to 201
It was much more announced in the latest Nintendo Direct, including the release of Katamari Damacy Reroll, and a new Animal Crossing game for Switch, and a special package for Smash Bros. Ultimate.