With Square Enix pledging full support on the Nintendo Switch, Final Fantasy ports on the new platform are only moments away.
The Nintendo Switch has, undoubtedly, become Nintendo's strongest comeback. With more and more hardcore and casual gamers getting their hands on a Switch, more and more developers are also eager to put their hopes on the new Nintendo device.
Blizzard has already been vocal about wanting to bring their biggest games, Overwatch and Hearthstone, to the Switch. This time, it's Square Enix's turn to make public their rekindled flame with Nintendo, after ignoring the Nintendo Wii U for so long.
As iDigitalTimes noted, Square Enix have not released their biggest titles on the Wii U. At best you have the 2011 Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Dragon Quest X (although this one even saw a mobile release).
But it looks like the tide is changing and Square Enix is getting acquainted with Nintendo once again. At this early in the Switch's life, Square Enix already has five titles for the console-handheld hybrid for 2017 alone: I Am Setsuna (available now), Dragon Quest Heroes I and II (in Japan), Minna de Wai Wai! Spelunker (coming to Japan in late April), Seiken Densetsu Collection (June 1 in Japan), and Project Octopath Traveler.