Final Fantasy 7 Remake's SteamDC page has seen some recent activity, potentially indicating that the game's Epic Games Store exclusivity on PC could be coming to an end.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake co-director Yoshinori Kitase said earlier this year that Square Enix intended to unveil its sequel this year.
The developer had previously indicated that Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 might be officially unveiled sometime in 2022.
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Unsurprisingly, it looks like the PC version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake won't be exclusive to the Epic Games Store for too long.
The free upgrade, which offers improved visuals, 60 FPS gameplay and more, is slated to go live on December 22nd for PS Plus owners.
Digital Foundry reports that even with a GeForce RTX 3090 and a Core i7-10900K, the PC version has problems with its frame rate.
Launching on December 16th via the Epic Games Store, the PC port requires 100 GB of installation space. It also supports 4K resolution.
The critically acclaimed remake, along with Episode INTERmission, will be coming to PC via the Epic Games Store next week.
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Both titles could be headed to PC via the Epic Games Store, if recently spotted updates to the store's backend are anything to go by.
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