FFX

What does FFX stand for?

Final Fantasy X

FFX is an acronym used by gaming enthusiasts to refer to the popular role-playing game Final Fantasy X. This shorthand is commonly used in the gaming community to discuss the tenth installment of the well-known Final Fantasy series. The game, initially launched for the PS2 in 2001 by Square, has also been adapted for other platforms such as Windows, Nintendo Switch, and PS4.

In the game, you step into the shoes of the main character, an athlete named Tidus. Tidus gets transported to a world known as Spira, where he’s tasked with assisting in the defeat of a massive evil force called Sin. Along with Yuna, a summoner, and her team, Tidus embarks on a mission to halt Sin’s destructive cycle of death and rebirth. The game also features a unique fictional sport called blitzball, which Tidus frequently plays.

With more than 21.1 million copies sold, FFX is one of the top and most well-liked games in the Final Fantasy series. Notably, it’s one of the few games in the series that has a direct sequel, known as FFX-2.

Example for using ‘FFX’ in a conversation

Hey, have you played FFX yet? 🎮

No, what’s FFX? 🤔

It’s short for Final Fantasy X! It’s a really cool RPG game. 🌟

Oh, got it! Is it the one with that blitzball sport? ⚽️