Final Fantasy VII Remake exclusivity confirmed with PS5 to end in December
Will we one day be able to play Final Fantasy VII Remake in other platforms like Xbox Series X | S or PC? While Square Enix hasn’t officially spoken out, it looks like it won’t be PlayStation exclusive indefinitely. We don’t say it, we say a little message at the end of the last trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, the improved version for PS5 of the action RPG.
This message, which appears in the final seconds of the trailer, guarantees that Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will be available on PS5 at least six months earlier than on any other platform
Does that mean the next-gen version of Final Fantasy VII Remake could be played this year on other consoles and PCs? We will have to be very careful, but it would be very strange for Square to miss the opportunity to open the game to more players and scratch with a few million more sales while preparing the second chapter of the remake.
It would be very strange for Square to miss the opportunity to open the game to more players after the exclusivity ends.
Anyway, what is true is that the next June 10 The next-gen version of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade arrives on PlayStation 5, which includes notable visual improvements, but also adds a new episode featuring ninja Yuffie Kisaragi, Episode INTERmission. The story of this DLC will take place after the events told in the first episode of the game.
You have to remember how you can play it (because it is normal to make a mess with the versions and the platforms). Episode INTERmission DLC is included in the PS5 version which releases June 10, but may also be purchase separately for $ 19.99 if we already had the original PS4 game.
All players who already had the original version of Final Fantasy VII Remake from 2020, will be able to update it for free to the PS5 version (without the new DLC, yes). The new version includes new features such as photo mode, two new graphics modes or improvements in lighting, textures and reduced loading times. Yes, this free update will not be compatible with the PS Plus version Final Fantasy VII Remake was released a few weeks ago.