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Final Fantasy 7 Remake & Alan Wake Remastered have appeared on the Epic Games Store Backend

It looks like Final Fantasy 7 Remake is finally coming to PC

Final Fantasy 7 Remake & Alan Wake Remastered have appeared on the Epic Games Store Backend

Final Fantasy 7 Remake & Alan Wake Remastered have appeared on the Epic Games Store Backend

Thanks to Wario64 on Twitter, we have learned that Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Alan Wake Remastered have appeared on the backend of the Epic Games Store, revealing that both games may soon be revealed for PC. 

We already know that Epic Games has a strong relationship with both Square Enix and Remedy, having previously released the Kingdom Hearts series and Control as Epic Games exclusives. With this in mind, it makes sense for Square Enix to continue this relationship with Final Fantasy 7 Remake and for Remedy to continue this relationship with Alan Wake Remastered. 

While Square Enix has not revealed Final Fantasy 7 Remake outside of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, the game has always been listed as a timed exclusive for PlayStation platforms. This means that Xbox and PC versions of the game can be released sometime in the future. Additionally, a 2020 trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake also featured gameplay captured on a gaming PC, confirming that a PC build of the game was available. 

Remedy is reportedly working on a sequel to Alan Wake, and if a sequel is in the works, it is also likely that a remake of Alan Wake is also in the works. Alan Wake is an old game by today's standards, and many gamers would like to replay the game on modern consoles with enhanced visuals. 
 

Final Fantasy 7 Remake & Alan Wake Remastered have appeared on the Epic Games Store Backend  

With these Epic Games Store backend listings, it seems likely that Final Fantasy Remake and Alan Wake Remastered will soon be revealed for PC. You can view the backend listings for Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Alan Wake Remastered here

You can join the discussion on Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Alan Wak Remake being listed on the Epic Games Store's backend on the OC3D Forums

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18-06-2021, 14:05:53

Dicehunter
Nice, Been waiting ages for this Quote

18-06-2021, 17:47:12

NeverBackDown
#1 Rule in backend development is security. This was no accidental leak.Quote
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