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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Steam Release Potentially Leaked

Updated: Jun 16, 2022 2:19 pm
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Steam Release Potentially Leaked

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With the Final Fantasy 7 stream just around the corner, fans are desperate for any news. It appears that the potential Steam page for Final Fantasy VII Remake has been updated recently.

Steam Final Fantasy 7 Remake Release Incoming?

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Currently, Final Fantasy VII Remake is only available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and the Epic Games Store, with Steam being completely out of the question up until now. The huge Nvidia leak that revealed Kingdom Hearts 4, ARK 2, Alan Wake Remastered, Avowed and more has Final Fantasy VII Remake listed for a release in June of this year, which would line-up with the reveal.

It’s unclear currently as to what to expect from the Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary stream, but a known leaker has spoken about what seems to be a potential Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core Remaster. Either way we’ll find out in a matter of hours exactly what to expect from the future of this beloved and fan-favourite series.

When did the game originally release?

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Final Fantasy VII Remake released in 2020 after being originally announced in 2015, and was released on the Epic Games Store last year. It also got a PlayStation 5 release that came with an extra DLC story episode with Yuffie entitled Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade. It was a PlayStation exclusive for a period of time, but that period ended a long time ago, so it’s actually fairly likely that we see the announcement of ports sooner rather than later.

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