"We even have launched a devoted project internally to port these, so we're working to make them out there on a wide range of platforms".
In an interview with Game Informer, Yosuke Matsuda, the director of Square Enix, indicates that his company is aware of the request to make the library of games digitally available. "As for most of our main titles, we still have versions that you can play now". Again, this is not a confirmation that we'll see another gaming subscription service, but don't be surprised if it's announced sometime soon by Square Enix. The subscription model has proved so popular among publishers that it looks like even Square Enix is wading into the thick of it.
At E3, we saw Ubisoft reveal their own subscription service, Uplay+, and now Square Enix may have plans to bring their own service to the game.
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That's assuming, of course, that the company actually knows where to find the code for its older games. It sounds as though the company is thinking of persueing a subscription based service. There are the Tomb Raider titles, for instance, as well as games like NieR: Automata. Moreover, Matsuda also said that this would require a considerable amount of investment and preparations to get this working.
Square Enix has a dizzying array of game franchises and classic titles on its books, stemming back across four decades. "It's very hard to find them sometimes", Matsuda says, "because back in the day you just made them and put them out there and you were done - you didn't think of how you were going to sell them down the road". As for why most publishers choose to create their own instead of partnering with Game Pass, it seems that Game Pass lacks commercial viability. Seems reasonable to believe so - but that game would be ideal for our current gaming climate, as you're paired with a dog!