& # 39; PS4 first & # 39;[[[[Update: In a statement to VGC, Square Enix said it had "no plans for other platforms", which is a very political way of remedying the situation after the "PlayStation first" message is already broadcast.]
Playing games with exclusives is one of the worst trends of recent generations, and that's what Square Enix does with the Remake of Final Fantasy VII.
Announced three years ago at E3 as "coming first on PlayStation," this phrase clearly warned people that the remake would not be exclusive to PlayStation. In fact, Square Enix has been very optimistic about setting up their work on the PC and Xbox One platforms recently, so we would probably expect a proliferation at some point. But when? We have no idea.
This latest article from Xbox Germany (found by the user Twitter Nibel), nicknamed an "internal error" of the crew, is the only information we have. The publication on Facebook and Twitter announced that the remake would arrive on Xbox One in March 2020: the same month as PS4. It does not make any sense, because it's the launch date of the PS4 and "PS4 is the first" after all, but the team would not have posted it if it did not come at all on Xbox One.
So what's the point of all this? Let's hope that Square Enix gets the message and throws some light on all this confusion, because the cat is apparently out of the bag, no one is blocking their eyes and ears and saying "this is just a PS4 game". Or maybe Sony has paid them a lot of money and that they can not say anything. Whatever it is, this debacle is a good reminder that you will not miss it if you do not have PS4.
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