Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of the most anticipated titles of the year, which isn't surprising given the original's acclaim. But while PS4 gamers will be treated to a reimagined version of the game in a bit over a month's time, is there any chance of it coming to PC?
Here's everything we know about Final Fantasy VII Remake's PC version and whether or not it's coming to Steam.
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Final Fantasy VII Remake is set to launch on PS4 on April 10 and we know for a fact that it will be a timed exclusive on Sony's console for a year.
While Square Enix has not currently mentioned a PC version of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, it's possible to see it on Steam at a later date.
A set of January data leaks found elements in the code of a then-leaked Final Fantasy VII Remake demo that suggested a PC port could be on the way.
It's also worth mentioning that Final Fantasy XV made its way to PC and Steam one year and a half after the title's console release, proving that Square Enix isn't opposed to bringing titles in the series to other platforms.
Other Final Fantasy titles, including the original Final Fantasy VII and its remastered version, have also made their way to PC and Steam.
A "Thank You" video posted on the PlayStation YouTube channel (and embedded below), features gameplay recorded on PC, which is as close to an official confirmation of Final Fantasy VII Remake coming to Steam as we currently have.
While we might have to wait for at least a year, a Final Fantasy VII Remake PC version coming to Steam isn't entirely beyond the realms of possibility.