Final Fantasy 7 Remake may be heading to the Epic Games Store

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Identified by industry happenings magnet Wario64, an Epic Games Store website crawler detected changes to a list codenamed HeronStaging added a cloud save folder reference to Alan Wake Remastered. Another item, Pineapple QA, was spotted doing a similar trick for Final Fantasy 7 Remastered, which currently has no planned PC release date.



Final Fantasy VII Remake listing found on Epic Games Store backend https://t.co/u9G8OE7YNk

as well as Alan Wake Remastered https://t.co/MZwo0hbR6u pic.twitter.com/XqU0jhr48I

— Wario64 (@Wario64) June 18, 2021

As noted by VGC, Final Fantasy 12's 7-month exclusivity period on PlayStation consoles ended in April, although Square has not made formal announcements for other platforms. The publisher, however, recently brought the entire Kingdom Hearts series to PC for the first time through Epic.

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Remedy, meanwhile, is currently working closely with Epic on two major projects, a “cross-platform AAA game” plus a smaller-scale game supposedly set in the same universe. Remedy has also teased a return to Alan Wake as part of the Remedy Connected Universe. If one of these two games is, in fact, a new Alan Wake, it's not hard to imagine the smaller project being a remaster of the 11-year-old original.

It is important to note that at the time of writing both references have been removed from the EpicData Tracker. Neither Alan Wake Remastered nor the release of FF7R on Epic have been officially confirmed, but both are starting to look very likely.



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