Square Enix today announced that, starting next month, the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy will be coming to Windows PCs.

Square Enix made the announcement on their press page, revealing that the first entry in the trilogy, Final Fantasy XIII, will be available on Oct. 9. The announcement states that the $15.99 game can be purchased directly from the Square Enix store, or downloaded through Steam and other digital services. Pre-orders are available now through Steam, and include a 10 percent discount on the game.

No release date has been announced for Final Fantasy XIII-2 or Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, the second and third chapters of the FF XIII trilogy, respectively, but Square Enix does promise that the complete trilogy will be out by next spring.

On Steam and the Square Enix digital store, the Final Fantasy XIII saga will join six other Final Fantasy titles already available for download; Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII and the series’ two MMORPGs, Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIV. While this selection offers a ridiculous amount of classic RPG gameplay, hardcore fans are clamoring for a complete collection, including the first two games in the series as well as the fifth, sixth and ninth entries. Hopefully, once Final Fantasy XIII’s story is told, Square Enix will work on bringing the entirety of the Final Fantasy world to PCs.