Five years after its announcement at E3 2015, Final Fantasy VII Remake is finally heading to PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020. The remake brings a whole new battle system and graphics rebuilt from the ground up to the classic RPG, though it only covers a small portion of the original game, with the rest coming piecemeal, hopefully in the next couple of years. While fans are no doubt rejoicing to finally get their hands on a new version of one of the most beloved PlayStation games of all time, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch players are left wondering if they\u2019ll ever get a chance to play Final Fantasy VII Remake.\n\n\n\nHas Final Fantasy VII Remake been announced for multiple platforms?\n\n\n\nFrom the beginning, Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced as a PlayStation title. When the game debuted at E3 2015, it was shown as part of the PlayStation press conference, which makes sense given that the original Final Fantasy VII was also exclusive to Sony\u2019s console at the time of its launch.\n\n\n\nIn the years since its announcement, leading up to its release on PS4, there has been no official confirmation of Final Fantasy VII Remake making its way to any other platform. At the same time, there\u2019s also been no definitive announcement that it won\u2019t be coming out elsewhere, and there have been a few hints that that\u2019s at least a possibility.\n\n\n\nCould Final Fantasy VII Remake ports come in the future?\n\n\n\nIn December 2019, Twitter user Wario64, who has a history of reliable leaks, posted an image of the Final Fantasy VII Remake box cover with a notice that it was a timed PS4 exclusive until March 3, 2021. While that doesn\u2019t necessarily mean that it will come to other platforms after that, it does mean that it\u2019s possible, and given how important of a game Final Fantasy VII Remake is, it\u2019s hard to imagine other platform-holders not wanting to get their hands on it. It\u2019s also worth noting that the remake\u2019s release date at the time was scheduled for March 3, 2020, so that exclusivity would now be extended until April 10, 2020 to make up for the PS4 release delay.\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Wario64\/status\/1204226705243561984\n\n\n\n\nAnother clue came along with the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo. Twitter user Roxanne, another reliable leaker and PlayStation development insider, reported that datamining in the demo found leftover PC code in the game\u2019s files, along with references to higher resolutions for NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards.\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/roXyPS3\/status\/1212678249727299587\n\n\n\n\nAlso lending a little more credence to the idea of eventual Final Fantasy VII Remake ports is the fact that so many of Square Enix\u2019s games have had multiple platform releases lately. Final Fantasy 15 made its way to PC more than a year after its launch on PS4 and Xbox One, Dragon Quest Builders 2 came to PC five months after is PS4 and Switch launch, and Octopath Traveler moved to PC about a year after it debuted on Switch. Even the original Final Fantasy 7 is now available on PC, Xbox One, and Switch, with the Xbox and Switch versions coming just last March.\n\n\n\nSo far, there\u2019s no confirmation of a Final Fantasy VII Remake port for PC, Xbox One, or Switch, but it\u2019s not out of the question. One thing that\u2019s certain is that it won\u2019t come for at least a year after the game launches on PS4, but the likelihood of it coming at least to PC after then seems fairly high.