Cloud is making a return, and this time he is not a polygonal, blocky mess. In Final Fantasy 7 Remake, characters are rendered in near-photorealistic element. The graphics are attractive, supported by the facility of the PlayStation 4. This much-anticipated remake is the primary PlayStation unique of 2020, however it’ll only remain exclusive to Sony’s platform for a year.
In the event you take an in depth take a look at the quilt of the bodily launch for the sport, there’s a relatively telling sticker within the decrease proper nook. It reads: “PlayStation unique play first on PS4,” adopted by an asterisk and wonderful print, “Timed Unique till 3/21/2021.” This appears to imply that in 2021, the Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake might be free to launch on alternate platforms like Xbox One or PC. Maybe even the Nintendo Swap? Solely time will inform.
You may even have to attend to search out out if this year-long exclusivity will apply to the opposite two elements of the remake. Sq. Enix went all out, splitting the game into three parts that can every launch as their very own AAA title. It is unclear how quickly you will get to see the second a part of Cloud and his crew’s adventures, or if PlayStation may have first dibs on this launch as nicely.
Exclusives aren’t exactly exclusive these days. Increasingly more studios are embracing the technique of getting their video games into as many gamers’ palms as doable, even when meaning breaking with custom and shifting on to new platforms. Whereas the Ultimate Fantasy sequence has lengthy been related to PlayStation, Ultimate Fantasy 15 launched on each the PlayStation Four and Xbox One, even shifting to PC two years later. Many different titles throughout the franchise have additionally gone multi-platform.
It seems like the identical factor is occurring for the Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake. Count on the sport to maneuver on to extra consoles in 2021.