Fans have been longing for a remake of Final Fantasy 7 for years, and in 2020, Square Enix finally delivered. However, due to the size of Cloud Strife’s adventure, we only got the first part of the story—mostly centred around the city of Midgar.
A PC release hasn’t been confirmed yet, but here are all the details we know, and when it might come to PC.
We first got word that a remake was coming at Sony’s E3 conference in 2015, but information on development was scarce for years after. The remake finally resurfaced during E3 in 2019 where Square Enix debuted several new trailers and announced the FF7 remake’s release date for the PS4.
The remake is out now on PS4 and PS5, but a PC release still hasn’t been officially confirmed. News of the PS4 version being a timed exclusive makes us optimistic we’ll see the Final Fantasy 7 remake on PC. Now that we’re into 2021, it seems like news of that console exclusivity period should be ending soon, if it is indeed coming.
The PS4 release date for the (first part) of Final Fantasy 7 Remake released April 10th, 2020. The upgraded Intergrade version was released for PS5 on June 10th, 2021.
We still don’t have confirmation that the remake is coming to PC at all, but it’s been stated multiple times that the PlayStation exclusivity will last for a year.
For reference, Final Fantasy 15 launched on consoles in November 2016 and hit PC in March 2018, about 16 months later.
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