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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Coming Soon to Xbox


The PC exclusive of Final Fantasy 7 Remake was first presented at The Game Awards 2021 by Square Enix and revealed that the game will be available on PC from December 16th. Unlike many other Japanese games, Final Fantasy 7 Remake seems well optimized for PC in terms of performance and timing. Initially, Final Fantasy 7 Remake was a Sony exclusive and only PlayStations users could enjoy the game, especially PS4 users. However, Xbox fans are eagerly waiting for Square Enix to launch the new remake on Xbox consoles. Various reports reveal that Final Fantasy 7 Remake can be released on Steam with an Xbox port, but the game can only be supported on Xbox One.

A year later, Square Enix released a graphically enhanced version of the game known as Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade, designed for next-generation PS consoles. Finally, Square Enix released a PC version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, which resulted in major disappointment for Xbox users. Fans are now expecting to get the Xbox version of the game soon and we couldn’t count the Xbox version yet. The PC version of the game has launched exclusively on the Epic Games Store and it is very likely to be a limited time offer. The Integrade version of the game is likely to support Xbox Series X/S next-gen consoles.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Tech gurus think there are no such technical reasons that could hinder an Xbox release, so it’s only a matter of time before we see an Xbox version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. that performance and fluidity may vary from other releases, we won’t know until we experience the game in the flesh. The PC version of the game seems to be more optimized and smoother than previous PlayStation versions. It is very likely that Square Enix will release the Xbox version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake very soon. Square Enix has done a great job in developing their game and their Final Fantasy series is one of the most popular game series in the world.

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