Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake Change 2 and Xbox Sequence X|S variations at the moment aren’t in Sq. Enix’s plans, in accordance with a identified leaker.
Yesterday, credible Nintendo leaker ‘NateTheHate’ commented on a rumored Change 2 third-party line-up on the Household Boards boards. This ‘line-up’ talked about the upcoming Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake, which is at the moment solely accessible on PlayStation and PC. In response to ‘NateTheHate’, nevertheless, a Change 2 model is not an “lively” plan for Sq. Enix. Whereas a launch may occur in some unspecified time in the future, the writer at the moment is not contemplating a port for Nintendo’s rumored Change successor. The identical might be mentioned about an Xbox Sequence X|S port.
“FF7 Remake will not be a present plan”, the leaker wrote on the boards. “Might it occur, ultimately? Positive. Is it an lively plan at this second? No. A Change 2 launch exists in the identical manner an Xbox launch does. IF Sq. needs to do it, they will & will; however no such plan exists at the moment.”
That is attention-grabbing contemplating final month, one other leaker urged that Ultimate Fantasy VII Remake may very nicely be a launch recreation for the Change 2. As well as, the leaker mentioned that the Change 2 improvement equipment is ready to run Sq. Enix’s 2020 remake in addition to the PlayStation 5 does.
Whereas there have been quite a few rumors a few Change successor, Nintendo hasn’t commented on the existence of a brand new console simply but. Not too long ago, ‘NateTheHate’ mentioned that the Change 2 is able to working The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in 4K decision and 60FPS. Different claims from insiders and leakers urged that the platform can characteristic a customized DLSS model with efficiency that’s mentioned to be within the vary of the Xbox Sequence S. As well as, handheld efficiency of the platform is rumored to be near that of the ROG Ally.
We’ll replace you as quickly as extra details about the Change 2 and the rumored recreation line-up is available in. For now, keep tuned.