Square Enix Games TGS Sale Starts on Switch and PC via Steam
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Square Enix Games TGS Sale Starts on Switch and PC via Steam

Ahead of the 2023 Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix kicked off a TGS sale on its Switch and PC games on the eShop and Steam. A wide array of new and old games are now reduced. This includes more immediate 2023 releases like Octopath Traveler 2, as well as older titles like FFX|X-2 HD Remaster. All are reduced until September 25, 2023.

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While the full lists of games are on Steam and the eShop, here is a list of some of the more notable titles and their discounts.

  • Balan Wonderworld – $7.99
  • Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition – $9.99
  • Crisis Core: FFVII Reunion – $34.99
  • Dragon Quest Treasures – $34.49 on Steam, $35.99 on eShop
  • FFVII – $5.99 on Steam, $7.99 on eShop
  • FFVII Remake – $39.89
  • FFVIII Remastered – $9.99
  • FFXI – $10.49
  • FFX|X-2 HD Remaster – $14.99 on Steam, $24.99 on eShop
  • FFXII The Zodiac Age – $24.99
  • FFXIII – $7.99
  • FFXIII-2 – $9.99
  • Lightning Returns FFXIII – $9.99
  • FFXV – $17.49
  • FFXV Pocket Edition – $11.99
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 HD – $11.99
  • Forspoken – $34.99
  • Harvestella – $29.99
  • Octopath Traveler 2 – $44.99
  • World of Final Fantasy – $9.99 on Steam, $15.99 for Maxima on eShop

As for TGS 2023 proper, Square Enix already revealed some of the things we can expect to see from the company at the event. Upcoming games like Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai, Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince, Foamstars, and Star Ocean: The Second Story R will be there. Already available games like FFVII Ever Crisis, FFXIV, FFXVI, and PowerWash Simulator will also appear.

The TGS sale on Square Enix games will appear on the Switch eShop and for the PC via Steam until September 25, 2023. Tokyo Games Show runs September 21-24, 2023.

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