Xbox One News: This PS4 exclusive game is coming to Microsoft's Xbox One consoles (Pic: SQUARE ENIX)

A Brazilian game rating website, Classificação Indicativa (Indicative Classification), has seen an odd listing surface this week.

Eagle-eyed gamers on the internet spotted Final Fantasy 14 listed on the Brazilian site, suggesting that Square Enix may well be bringing the game to the console at some point soon. The game, as it stands, is only available on the PC and PS4.

The rating is still visible at the time of writing.

If you're wondering if this actually carries much weight, we think it does: the site is run by Brazil's Ministry of Justice, the organization mainly responsible for rating and classing video games (think PEGI or ESRB in the UK and US, respectively).

Final Fantasy 14 has a big following on PC and PS4 and if the game was to come to Xbox, many fans of the long-running series would undoubtedly be quite happy: many may not have had a chance to play the MMO title before.


The classification is being discussed over on ResetEra, where users note that Classificação Indicativa has a pretty good record when it comes to predicting games that will release on the platform.

We also saw a previously PS4 exclusive title (Nier Automata) announced for Xbox One at E3 last year – and it released only a few weeks after the announcement dropped. That means we could see a similar Square Enix announcement/drop this year too.

It's especially notable because the next big FFXIV content drop – Shadowbringers – is supposed to come to the game on July 2nd this year on Steam, PS4, and Mac…

Could we see Microsoft piggyback on the hype of that content drop to announce an Xbox One version? We think it's possible.

Square Enix plans to add quite a lot of content to the game with Shadowbringers.

First up, there's a new job, Gunbreaker: Wielding a Gunblade like that of Squall from Final Fantasy VIII, it is the first new tank added to the game since the Dark Knight back in Heavensward.

There is still to be at least one more job announced but it appears that its being left for the next Fan Fest in Japan later this year. Possibly the most unexpected announcement was that of collaboration with Yoko Taro and Yosuke Saito; the minds behind NieR.

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