The new video of the Final Fantasy VII remake shown at Square Enix’s E3 conference has inflamed fans, who can’t wait to learn more about the game. And some news could have come directly from the president of the software house, Yosuke Matsuda.
In a recent interview, in fact, Matsuda seems to have opened up the possibility that the highly anticipated title will also come out on PlayStation 5.
The first chapter of the game, which will focus on Midgar, will be released on PS4 on March 3rd, 2020, and therefore, given the possibility of PS5 exiting by the end of 2020 and seeing that Square Enix does not yet know how many episodes Final Fantasy VII Remake will have, there is a real risk that the remaining episodes of the game will come out when PS4 will already be a console of the last generation.
That’s why Matsuda was asked the question: “Is there a PS5 version of the game?” Here is the answer: “I think our teams have made sure that the game supports both the next and the current console generation. I think it was developed to be played on both, so it doesn’t worry me.”
Despite the use of the “creed” you stress that there is nothing official yet, it is much more than an opening of Matsuda, so it is likely that we will be able to enjoy the title on both platforms. If confirmed, would you like it?