A few months ago, the tracking site EpicData Discover a reference to two important games in the Epic Games Store database, Alan Wake Remastered and Final Fantasy VII Remake, which, as we know, are exclusive to PlayStation consoles.
At the time, fans were excited about the possibility of being able to play the remake on PC, a hypothesis that became more likely yesterday after the announcement of the existence of Alan Wake Remastered.
Obviously, Alan Wake’s Remastered confirmation doesn’t mean anything in and of itself about Final Fantasy 7 Remake PC, but it’s a strong indication of the credibility of the tracker information that Epic analyzed at the time.
As a reminder, Final Fantasy 7 Remake was released as a PlayStation exclusive for 12 months, a period that ends in April 2021, having been extended due to the release of the Intergrade Edition for PS5. Given all this information, the exclusivity should expire at the end of the year, paving the way for the coveted PC version.
Square Enix will present a 50-minute show during the 2021 Tokyo Game Show, scheduled for October 1. At this point, it’s possible to be more certain about the publisher’s plans to reproduce, which we invite you to recall IGN’s analysis.
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