Final Fantasy VII Remake was one of the biggest PS4 exclusives of 2020. At the time, it was believed that the game would come to Xbox and PC one year after its initial April 2020 launch – but that was not the case. Now, it has been announced that the PS5 remaster, titled Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will be exclusive for “at least 6 months.”
PlayStation recently published a new trailer for Final Fantasy VII Intergrade. At the end of the trailer, alongside the “PlayStation 5 console exclusive” text, it was revealed that Intergrade will be “available on PS5 at least six months earlier than any other format” continuing the game’s exclusivity streak.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is a PS5 remaster of the PS4 remake, but also includes a new episode of content seemingly exclusive for next-gen. With the specific wording of the exclusivity, it will be interesting to see whether Intergrade’s content will come later to PS4.
Of course, the big question is when will any version of the remake come to Xbox or PC. As mentioned, previous wordings of the exclusivity for the original remake suggested that the game would be PlayStation exclusive for a year. However, a year has come and gone and no news has come out regarding the game coming to other platforms – aside from PS5.
With Intergrade seemingly being exclusive for at least 6 months, it will be interesting to see whether come the end of that agreement, if the original remake, Intergrade, or neither will come to other systems. We will have to wait and see.
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