Final Fantasy 13 Trilogy coming out with compatibility on Xbox One next week


Final Fantasy XIII will be released on Xbox One next week. Microsoft shared this great news during its very loud X208 Fan event in Mexico City. Final Fantasy XIII was the first ever single player to head the Final Fantasy game on the Xbox 360. Earlier Final Fantasy XIII was released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2010 and its sequel, Final Fantasy XIII-2 was released in 2012. The sequel was proved to be better although it lacked the focus on storytelling covered in the original series.

In the last series of the Final Fantasy XIII saga, lighting Returns released in 2014. It had successfully made players to fall in love with all the characters. Players will be able to play the Final Fantasy 13, Final fantasy 13-2 and lightning returns on Xbox One from 13th November onwards. Nearly 500 Xbox 360 games are now backwards compatible. You can also let you play 32 original Xbox games through Microsoft game pass service.

You can play final Fantasy on the Xbox One via disc or digital download from a suitable source from November 13. All the three titles of Final Fantasy Maxima, Final fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 9, Final Fantasy 10/10-2 and Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age will also be coming to Xbox One in the course of one-year max. Also, Xbox one backward compatible program is an Xbox one X enhanced version of game development.

In early times Japanese role-playing game series were either on Sony or Nintendo consoles. Microsoft said that they are looking forward to continuing the develop the collection further, so gamers can enjoy and have best gaming experience. Re-releasing the Final Fantasy XIII and its sequels might sustain more reliability in gaming market. The final Fantasy XIII trilogy is going to be biggest highlight of the Final Fantasy series.

This news has created historical curiosity among audience than ever. It will be exciting to see the audience reaction with coming out of Final Fantasy 13 Trilogy with compatibility on Xbox One next week.