HomeNewsSquare Enix Prepares An Impressive Games Line-Up For Stadia Debut.

    Square Enix Prepares An Impressive Games Line-Up For Stadia Debut.

    Tomb Raider Trilogy and FINAL FANTASY XV Coming to Stadia at Launch
    Following the reveal of price and launch info of Stadia recently, Square Enix has confirmed that TOMB RAIDER, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and FINAL FANTASY XV will all be available on Stadia when the new platform launches this November.

    “We’re thrilled to bring the critically acclaimed Tomb Raider trilogy to Stadia,” said Gary Snethen, Chief Technology Officer at Crystal Dynamics. “It’s an exciting new platform, and we’re always pleased when new audiences can discover Lara’s origin story.”

    “Stadia brings new opportunities to our research and development teams, who always love a new challenge,” said Julien Bouvrais, Chief Technology Officer at Eidos-Montréal. “Being part of the first round of games released on the platform allows us to break new ground, and shows our studio’s dedication to delivering trailblazing experiences for all players.”

    “We’re pleased with the opportunity to bring the engaging characters and immersive world of FINAL FANTASY XV to even more players through the Stadia platform,” said FINAL FANTASY Brand Manager Shinji Hashimoto. “The journey of Crown Prince Noctis is the perfect adventure for players to enjoy through Stadia.”

    TOMB RAIDER, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider are available now worldwide on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC/Steam. FINAL FANTASY XV is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC/Steam/Origin. All 4 titles are expected to be among the first titles available on Stadia when the platform launches in November.

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