There is growing evidence that we are getting a PC version of the Final Fantasy 7 remake. A thank-you video by producer Yoshinori Kitase shows gameplay from the PC version of the role-playing game.
Producer Yoshinori Kitase has become with fans of the Final Fantasy 7 remakes thanked in a video. In the video you can see gameplay material of the role-playing game, which comes from the PC version.
Gameplay from the PC version
"Hello everyone, I'm Yoshinori Kitase from Square Enix," says the producer in the video. "We just released Final Fantasy 7 remake that many of you have been waiting for. The original Final Fantasy 7 came out in 1997, which means that this remake has been coming to you after 23 years since its release. Fans may think: "I wonder what happened to this scene" or "I wonder what happened to Cloud's cross-dressing scene", but we revived the original game with the latest technology and the best graphics and made something out of it meets or exceeds your expectations and is exciting to play. We've also introduced state-of-the-art game systems that create a fast and active combat system that also meets the expectations of the younger generation of players. I hope you enjoy the game. "
The game scenes from the Final Fantasy 7 remake, which can be seen in the video, are interesting. Then at the very beginning you can read at the bottom of the picture: "Gameplay captured on PC". That seems to be a pretty clear indication that a PC version of the role-playing game is planned. If you want to learn more about the Final Fantasy 7 remake, read our test.
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