Square Enix was contacted for comment but did not immediately reply. New shots of the game's packaging have revealed that Final Fantasy VII Remake is going to be a timed PS4 exclusive for a whole year.
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The timed status of the exclusive deal has been rumoured for ages, with Xbox Germany's Facebook page adding more fuel to the rumours when it claimed the game would be launching on Xbox One. We could even see mods released for FF7R on Steam to massively extend playtime, similar to FFXV.
Final Fantasy fans have been clamouring for a remake of FFVII for years. Square Enix quickly issued a statement saying it had "no plans for other platforms". The Remake won't be sold all at once-instead it's split into three episodes that'll release separately. That means if you want to play the game any time before March 2021, you'll need a PS4 to do it.