Final Fantasy is a massive franchise. It has been around for years and continues to thrive today with new installments. However, for franchise fans, it's clear that some installments stand out better than others. One such beloved title is Final Fantasy 7. The game was released on the original PlayStation, and for years fans have been asking Square Enix to release a remake. Luckily, the studio finally relented and released the first part of a remake.
Because the game is so massive, the studio has to work in part for the video game release. With the first part, players can enjoy the game right now. However, you will need to own a PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5. This is the only platform this installment of the game is currently on. We've been waiting to see how long if the exclusive deal will last this time or if we'll ever get the game to other platforms. A recent tweet from the official Xbox China account might have let Final Fantasy 7 redo the shipping slip.
Apparently, the Xbox China Twitter account referred to as Final Fantasy 7 remake. As expected, it didn't take long for the tweet to be deleted. Now, that's left fans wondering if we might get an announcement soon. We know that November is hosting a special for Xbox to celebrate the 20th anniversary. It may be a big event to finally announce the Xbox ports for Final Fantasy 7 remake with a PC version. Although nothing is official yet, so hold your enthusiasm.
This could be big news for Xbox gamers who have been waiting for the remake. Of course, the same could be said for PC players, but for now we'll have to wait and see what Xbox reveals when they stream. In the meantime, players can enjoy the first part of the remake. Unfortunately, we don't know at this time how many parts this remake will include, so there could be several more versions coming in.