Final Fantasy VII Remake is the action role-playing game of Square Enix released on PS4 a few months ago. The title, with a brand new makeover, has managed to thrill even the historical fans of the legendary JRPG by Square Soft, originally released in 1997.
For some time there has been talk that the game may soon arrive on platforms other than PS4. In June the question was asked directly to Yosuke Matsuda, president of Square Enix, but no real answer emerged.
Now, the Instant Gaming online store has hinted that Final Fantasy VII Remake will also arrive on Steam and Xbox consoles in the first quarter of 2021, a year after the game’s release on PlayStation 4.
More precisely, the game will be released, as it seems, on April 10, 2021, on PC and Xbox One, as specified in the pages dedicated to the game that you can find here and here. At the time of writing, Square Enix has not confirmed the news although the presence of a real release date and not a generic launch window bodes well.
Obviously, the date indicated could be a simple placeholder, but it would not be too strange if it were really correct. Square Enix has always specified that it gave the game to Sony for PS4 as an exclusive period of time for one year, a year that would expire that day, allowing it to be published on PC and Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S without any problems.
In addition, the page does not contain specific information about the new versions of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, so we just have to wait for Square Enix to tell us more, confirming the arrival of the game on the new platforms.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is currently only available on PS4. It is also confirmed that Part II of the remake is also in full development now.