Final Fantasy VII Remake is certainly a game that has been discussed for better or for worse, but hardly anyone contradicts the fact that it is one of the most important nostalgic titles of recent years.
Originally released on March 2, 2020, as an exclusive PlayStation 4 timeline, the work developed by Square Enix has brought to light one of the settings and some of the most loved characters in the entire gaming industry. Apparently, the contract signed with Sony is now about to expire, so there are hopes that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be coming to Xbox and PC.
Some users even wish for the magical possibility of being able to see it within the vast catalog of the Xbox Game Pass for Microsoft consoles and computers. Many users have considered this possible, thanks to a recent exchange of tweets between Microsoft and Square Enix regarding the franchise in question, as can be seen below.
Is it really the Final Fantasy if it has multiple sequels?
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) February 12, 2021
Hold my cosmo canyon.? @XboxGamePass we need to talk? https://t.co/nfBjS2TUHl
— Square Enix (@SquareEnix) February 12, 2021
To tell the truth, this simple social chat doesn’t connect directly to the seventh chapter of the series, except for the quote from the original Cosmo Canyon song. There are even theories that speculated an announcement at the event that took place on February 13, 2021, or the Final Fantasy VII Remake Orchestra World Tour concert, but in the end nothing of the kind was communicated.
The arrival of Final Fantasy VII Remake on the Xbox Game Pass would certainly be a major blow, which would once again show the power of the Microsoft service and how the company is keen to keep users active and constant. Of course, everything we have described is simple theories and therefore it should be taken absolutely as a rumor and not as an official announcement.