Sony’s PlayStation Now streaming service is adding five big Final Fantasy games, one being released per month starting in September. It will end on in January of 2022.
It beings when Final Fantasy VII (not the remake) launches on September 7th. The remastered version of Final Fantasy VII will be arriving on October 5th and then Final Fantasy IX on November 2nd. PlayStation Now will then welcome Final Fantasy X/X‑2 HD Remaster on December 7th, with the “final” Final Fantasy (XII The Zodiac Age) arriving January 4th, 2022.
All of these games can be downloaded or streamed to PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5, or streamed to a PC. You can check out the full schedule below:
- Final Fantasy VII — September 7, 2021
- Final Fantasy VIII Remastered — October 5, 2021
- Final Fantasy IX — November 2, 2021
- Final Fantasy X/X‑2 HD Remaster — December 7, 2021
- Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age — January 4, 2022
In other PlayStation news, Sony’s has a huge showcase planned on September 9th. It’s going to be a rather long event, and provide details on upcoming games.