Final Fantasy XV” released early last year for the PS4 and Xbox One in spite of its 10-year development period. The game had gone through plenty of changes since its initial reveal, but Square Exis still managed to push through [VIDEO]. The result was far from a perfect product, yet it still managed to become a financial success. Now, it seems like Square Enix has plans of bringing the game over to other platforms.

‘Final Fantasy’ on the Nintendo Switch?

The Switch is Nintendo’s latest console that’s a hybrid of both a home and handheld unit. While its power certainly isn’t on par with the PS4 and Xbox One, its specs are far from bad.

Square Enix hasn’t shared their plans for the Switch, until just recently. According to Twinfinite, the company strongly implied that they could be bringing over “Final Fantasy XV” to the Nintendo Switch. However, don’t expect the main version of the game. Instead, game director Hajime Tabata stated that there’s a chance the Pocket Edition might make it over instead.

In spite of this, Square Enix would still have to think about the significance of this. They’d still have to figure out if people would want to play it and if it’s “the right thing to do” for their team. Moreover, the Pocket Edition doesn’t have controller support and limiting the controls to touchscreen would mean you could only play the Pocket Edition undocked.

No more sequels

In line with this, Tabata already previously mentioned that they have no plans of releasing a full-fledged sequel for the game.

Despite its many flaws and plot holes, it looks like Square Enix will be looking at different ways to patch up the convoluted plot. He prefers to keep smaller updates while continuing to expand the lore of the “Final Fantasy XV” universe. He claimed that if they tried to make a full-scale sequel, it would be very difficult, but would help keep fans interested.

The company has been releasing new character episodes in an effort to complete the missing key details in the plot. So far, we currently have Episode Gladiolus and Prompto that shed more insight on their respective personalities. Episode Ignis is slated to release later this year, completing all the character episodes around the main cast. Even so, most reviews about the DLC episodes are fairly mixed to negative and don’t seem to help very much concerning the overall lore. We’ll just have to see what else Square Enix plans on doing to “Final Fantasy XV.”