Square Enix announced more platforms for yet another RPG that debuted on the Nintendo Switch. Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend will show up first on Android and Apple iOS devices, then get a PC port distributed via Steam. The mobile versions will show up on September 22, 2021. Then, the PC version will appear on October 21, 2021, just under a month later.
This means there will be just over a nine month gap between the Nintendo Switch debut and Android and iOS release of Collection of SaGa. The game first showed up worldwide on the console in December 2021. As the title suggests, it contains the first three SaGa games ever made. Things kicked off with the Game Boy game The Final Fantasy Legend (as it was known worldwide) in 1989. Final Fantasy Legend II and III followed and are also in the compilation.
The official website for the new ports is live now, as is a trailer. As with the Switch version, you can save and load at any time, you can speed up characters’ movement, there is a display mode that makes it look like a Game Boy, and you can choose the screen size.
This is the second Square Enix Switch-to-other-platforms announcement that came up during gamescom 2021. The first involved Bravely Default II, which will appear on PCs in September 2021.
Collection of Saga will come to Android and Apple iOS devices on September 22, 2021 and the PC via Steam on October 21, 2021. It is immediately available on the Nintendo Switch.