If you are waiting for the Final Fantasy VII Remake with excitement, you are surely aware that Square Enix made the decision to delay its arrival on PlayStation 4. Now, Square Enix confirmed that Sony’s console will not be the only one affected by the delay of the game.
We also knew very exactly when the contract between PlayStation and Square Enix was going to expire: a badge appearing on the poster of the title clearly indicated an end of exclusivity for March 3, 2021. But the game has since been pushed back to April 10, 2020 on PS4: What about the date when the publisher can afford to bring the game on other consoles?
What we mean is that Square Enix confirmed that the delay of Final Fantasy VII Remake for PlayStation 4 also affected its release date on other platforms. Thus, it will be until after April 10, 2021 when we can have the opportunity to play it on a console other than Sony Interactive Entertainment.
This is news that will surely amaze few. After all, it was confirmed that the exclusivity period will be one year and it was logical to imagine that it would remain the same with the delay. That said, it is good to have confirmation to know exactly how much we have to wait to play the title on other consoles than the PlayStation 4.
It is important to note that, for the moment, Square Enix has not confirmed which are the platforms that will receive the title after its temporary exclusivity ends. Most likely we will see it on PC and on an Xbox platform, but we will confirm the details when we have them.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on April 10, 2020 on PlayStation 4. And what about you, will you wait to play the game on another platform? Tell us in the comments below.