Final Fantasy XIII Trilogy Coming to PC Between This Fall and Next Spring


Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy XV aren’t the only Final Fantasy titles in the Tokyo Game Show headlines today. Check this news out!

Now that the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy has come to a close on PS3 and Xbox 360, Square Enix has finally decided to bring the love it or hate it mini-series to Windows PC via Steam and the publisher’s own online storefront.

The three games will be released one at a time, beginning October 9th with the original Final Fantasy XIII. The game’s Steam page is now live listing a starting price of $15.99 (minus 10% with pre-order).

Exact release dates for Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII have not been pinpointed, but the full trilogy is scheduled to be on PC by the spring of 2015. All three games will offer Steam Trading Cards.

Based on the first screenshots, Final Fantasy XIII is looking sharp on PC.








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