Final Fantasy 7 Remake Xbox - Is Final Fantasy 7 Remake Coming to Xbox One?

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Xbox - Is Final Fantasy 7 Remake Coming to Xbox One?

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake is launching on the PS4 in 2020. But will there be a version of Final Fantasy 7 on Xbox One?

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be coming to the PS4 next year, in March 2020. But is there any chance we could get a Final Fantasy 7 Remake Xbox One version of the game, or could the game eventually come to the PC?

Final Fantasy Remake Xbox

As of right now, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake has a release date penned in for March 3, 2020. However, note that this is for part 1 of the game only, which as we now know, will feature an expanded version of the city of Midgar.

But, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be coming to the PS4 only, at least for now officially. We mentioned previously that the game was revealed back at Sony's E3 2015 presentation for the PS4. Even after vanishing into development hell for nearly 4 years, the game is still officially PS4 exclusive, and will be when part 1 releases in March 2020.

Is Final Fantasy 7 Remake Coming to Xbox One?

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake is not coming to the Xbox One, at the time of writing. Although the past few entries in the series, like the Final Fantasy 13 trilogy and Final Fantasy 15, have come to PS4 and Xbox One, this new Final Fantasy 7 Remake will not be coming to Microsoft's platform. There has been some recent evidence to suggest that an Xbox release could be on the cards though. Xbox Germany recently posted a video on its Facebook page, showing off a trailer for the game. It has since blamed an 'internal mistake' for the posting, but it looks pretty official to us. You can check it out below:

Is Final Fantasy 7 Remake Coming to PC?

The same is also true for a PC version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Square Enix did bring Final Fantasy 15 to the PC roughly a year after it released on the PS4 and Xbox One, but it won't be releasing the Final Fantasy 7 Remake for the PC.

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