Square Enix announces Dive In: stream Final Fantasy XIII and more to mobile devices

Launching with Final Fantasy XIII, VII, and Season of Mystery.

Dive In

Square Enix is launching a new service in Japan on October 9 that will let you stream games like Final Fantasy XIII, The Last Remnant, and Murdered: Soul Suspect using cloud technology to your smartphone or tablet.

The service will be delivered through a new app called Dive In. At launch, the following games will be available:

  • Final Fantasy XIII
    • Three Days – 250 yen (plus tax)
    • 10 Days – 510 yen (plus tax)
    • 30 Days – 1,250 yen (plus tax)
    • One Year – 1,800 yen (plus tax)
  • Final Fantasy VII International
    • Three Days – 200 yen (plus tax)
    • 10 Days – 400 yen (plus tax)
    • 30 Days – 1,000 yen (plus tax)
    • One Year – 1,429 yen (plus tax)
  • Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders
    • Three Days – 150 yen (plus tax)
    • 10 Days – 300 yen (plus tax)
    • 30 Days – 800 yen (plus tax)
    • One Year – 1,185 yen (plus tax)

Each game comes with a free 30-minute trial.

In November, the service will introduce Final Fantasy VIII and The Last Remnant, followed by Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Murdered: Soul Suspect in December, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII in 2015.

The app will work on both iOS and Android-supported mobile devices. You’ll need a Square Enix account and a Wi-Fi connection of at least 3mbps.

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