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Suspicious Signs Point To A PC Port Of Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix seems to already work ahead with the PC port of Final Fantasy VII Remake, even though it (or its first episode at least…) will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 for a whole year.

Final Fantasy VII Remake had a demo leaked (it’s going to be officially available soon, as we discussed recently), not to mention its playthrough, but now, we’re not talking about that. Instead, we focus on its data mining, which brought up some expected results: there are signs of a PC version. As Square Enix seems to love releasing its games on PC (even though the ports are not always the best, plus they always add the unwanted Denuvo on top of them…), it was bound to happen.

„Yeah, [I] already discussed this yesterday in Discord with others that there are many, many signs inside the demo that we will see a future PC port sooner or later. There is PC code still left inside, and it mentions various higher resolutions together with some NVIDIA and AMD stuff,” a tweet reads.

„The E3 2019 demo was short, but it made one thing clear: Square Enix is not pulling any punches with the Final Fantasy VII Remake, giving it their all to make the game the remake the original deserved. Everything works extremely well, from exploration to battle, so what remains to be seen is how the Midgar arc has been expanded for this episode. I was very sceptic before trying the demo, but now I am sure the FFVII Remake will be among the best Final Fantasy games ever released, and a far cry from Final Fantasy XV, which I did like but always felt it could have been so much more,” WCCFTech wrote about the demo, which will possibly be available on the PlayStation Network for everyone (as we suspect the demo to be an updated version of the E3 build), and not just a few lucky people.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is out on PlayStation 4 on March 3.

Source: WCCFTech

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