It has been a while since the release of Final Fantasy 7 and 8 on PC, so it came as a shock to everyone when Nintendo revealed that these games would be available on their new console this winter. Square Enix explained in an official press release that both games were remastered for the PC, which may have led to some confusion about the Nintendo Switch version.

A year earlier, almost to the day, we learned that a Final Dream 7 and 8 Twin Pack would get here on the Nintendo Change in Asia.


We understand that it would be special to Asian countries, but we hoped that this would come in the West.
All this hope may have paid due to the fact that there are rumors of a Western outing for this Twin Load.
On a few various websites such as The Console Club (to which I would not rely on an online purchase) and Walmart (which I hardly trust to purchase bird seeds), it appeared.
Hopefully these are genuine tasks for Western variations and not only for imports.
As discussed the last time, the Twin Pack special to Asia might merely have tested the water and examine the request.
The double or twin packs are progressively typical for the variations of Nintendo Change.
There have actually been some double Sonic packs that have actually been released recently, then Nintendo could think about these packs to further boost sales.
However, it is just speculation at this phase.
It has been about a year since the news of a lot of Final Fantasy games would get here on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, which have all come out because, so if you had to buy them, you would most likely already have it.
Possibly Nintendo missed its window with a double pack on the switch.
If this Twin Load really comes out in the West, we will put this theory to the test.
Last Fantasy VII and VIII Remastered are now available on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Will you get a double pack of Final Fantasy VII and VIII Remastered if he headed out on the Switch?
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