Final Fantasy VII Remake will not remain a Sony exclusive, at least until 2021. This is confirmed by the cover of the title itself.
If you are among those who do not have an 4 PlayStation, but are interested in playing the next Final Fantasy, in this case Final Fantasy VII Remake, then you will be happy to know that the video game is a temporal exclusive. Unfortunately, you will have to wait a year after launching.
Ever since it was announced at Sony's E3, everyone believed that the game was an exclusive only for PlayStation. Square Enix, for its part, has never made it clear otherwise even when they started to leak out the first rumors of an Xbox One version.
Final Fantasy VII Remake box art updated with timed exclusive disclaimer - until March 3, 2021 pic.twitter.com/IGL0f5dbBb
- Wario64 (@Wario64) December 10, 2019
Now, according to the cover found by the Twitter user @Wario64, it seems that the game has a temporary exclusivity of only one year, precisely until 3 March 2021.
If you take a look at the game's box art, you will notice the presence of the banner that presses us with the phrase: "Play it first on Playstation". This confirms the temporary exclusivity given that the message appears only on all those titles that are not a permanent exclusivity. Probably Square Enix will release the other versions of its Remake during or immediately after the 3 March 2021 and for now, all we have to do is wait and see how things will go.
What do you think about the future arrival of Final Fantasy VII Remake on other platforms? Are you among those who only wanted it on Playstation 4 or don't it bring you any problems?
In the meantime, you have heard that this week we could see the announcement of a new chapter of our favorite marsupial, or Crash Bandicoot?