We're once again getting our hopes up that we might see Final Fantasy VII Remake on Xbox in the near future, as Square Enix has announced a surprise Final Fantasy VII "Celebration Broadcast" taking place next week.
The show is on Thursday, June 16th at 3pm PT / 6pm ET / 11pm BST, and will feature around ten minutes of content. As highlighted by Game Informer, the game's director (Tetsuya Nomura) has advised what to expect:
“We will be streaming Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Celebration. At only around 10 minutes long, it will be short and sweet, but we have packed in lots of information, so I hope everyone can look forward to the unveiling.”
Now, of course, this stream might not have anything to do with Xbox, and it could instead be related to Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2, for example. But given that it's been so long since Part 1's launch, it's surely time for an Xbox port.
Plus, the PlayStation Store drummed up some speculation recently that something might be in the works, as the game was no longer being spotted in a list of PlayStation exclusives — although admittedly that list also missed out some other key exclusives such as God of War. Nevertheless, we're hopeful for an announcement next week.
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