Last week, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster, the spruced-up PS3 version of the former two games, would be ported again, this time to the PS4. Prior to that, the studio announced a remastered, PS4 port of the PC port of Final Fantasy VII. And if Shinji Hashimoto's words at a Sony Computer Entertainment press conference in China are any indication, gamers should be prepared for many, many more.
In an interview, Hashimoto said that Square Enix was “currently thinking of setting [a way] to have other past Final Fantasy titles playable on the PS4. Most of our Final Fantasy assets go up until the PS3, while most of the world has rapidly been shifting towards the PS4. And in China’s case, they’re practically starting with the PlayStation 4 as their main console. For this reason, we’re keeping in mind the sense of crisis of not being able to play these masterpiece titles.”
“However, this does not mean that we can simply transfer [these titles] to PS4,” Hashimoto continued. “So as content holders, we must prepare a way to steadily have them available to play on PS4.”
Better saddle up those Chocobos, everybody.