In accordance with WindowsCentral’s Jez Corden, he has some proof that Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake is coming to Xbox.
That is what Corden stated in the latest Xbox Two episode with YouTuber ‘Rand al Thor’. Within the stream, the duo talked concerning the upcoming Xbox Direct, Bethesda’s Indiana Jones recreation, and third-party titles, together with the newest Remaining Fantasy video games. We all know that 2020’s Remaining Fantasy VII Remake had a timed exclusivity interval of 1 yr, and the PC model was launched in 2021. To the dismay of Xbox gamers, the sport nonetheless hasn’t been launched on Xbox platforms. This may change, nevertheless, as Corden has identified that he has tentative proof that there are discussions about an Xbox model of Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake. As additionally identified throughout the stream, nevertheless, each Sony and Sq. Enix may very well be form of reluctant to launch the Xbox model near subsequent month’s second a part of the remake – Remaining Fantasy VII Rebirth. We have included the timestamped video during which the duo talks about FF7 Remake for Xbox under.
“I bought proof tentatively that there are discussions about Remaining Fantasy VII for Xbox”, Corden stated throughout the episode. He added, “However I do agree with you that [Sony and Square Enix both] would not wish to take the shine of Rebirth proper now by releasing Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake for Xbox, however I do assume that it’ll occur.”
Remaining Fantasy VII Remake is obtainable worldwide now on PC, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4. This is what we wrote concerning the Remake in our launch assessment in 2020.
“Remaking Remaining Fantasy VII correctly is one thing that was all the time going to be very tough to realize. The whole lot thought-about, Sq. Enix did a very good job with the primary half, however the controversial ending goes to divide the fanbase: some will adore it, some will hate it. It’s simple, nevertheless, that the developer managed to make this really feel like an epic journey simply by utilizing a small slice of the entire journey.”