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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade: the PC version arrives with great success on Steam

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Game news Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade: the PC version arrives with great success on Steam

Arriving on Steam last week, Final Fantasy Remake Intergrade attracted a lot of people – it became the second single-player Final Fantasy game to bring together multiple players at once.

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  • What success for FF7 Remake Intergrade PC?
  • Final Fantasy: A Bright Future Ahead?

What success for FF7 Remake Intergrade PC?

Last Thursday, June 16, an evening was held to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of the first Final Fantasy VII opus. Square Enix took the opportunity to lift the veil on its various projects around this episode. Among these, the announcement of the immediate release of Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intergrade on PC. The porting of the DLC, released on PC last December, is complete. An immediate arrival that was not made without noise, as evidenced by the statistics found by Benji sales :

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade had the second most concurrently connected players for a single player Final Fantasy on Steam: Top 5:

  • 1. FFXV – 29,498 players
  • 2. FF7 Remake INTERGRADE – 13,803 players
  • 3. FFX / X-2 HD – 13,263 players
  • 4. FFXII – 8,386 players
  • 5. FFXIII – 8,320 players

It also specifies that on PC the game was sold exclusively on the Epic Games Store for the first time. A trade deal that must have played its part in the figures presented above.

Final Fantasy: A Bright Future Ahead?

In addition to the immediate release of FF7R: Intergrade, the anniversary party hosted other announcements that could upset this top. If Final Fantasy: Ever Crisis and Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth aren’t currently planned on PC, this is the case with Crisis Core: Final Fantasy Reunion. The remaster of the game, initially released in 2008 on PlayStation Portable, is taking advantage of its 2022 makeover to be released on all major consoles: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series, Xbox One and even Nintendo Switch. Scheduled for later this year, it’s the perfect work to prepare for the Final Fantasy Rebirth sequel as it’s the prequel to the original episode. How to upset the hierarchy?

Of course we must not forget the sixteenth numbered episode of the main series. Presented during the September 2020 PlayStation Showcase which revealed the date and price of the PS5, Final Fantasy XVI was one of the highlights of the event. However, the trailer he illustrated with cast doubt on a possible PC release. A hit immediately rectified from the days of Square Enix, which then had “no other information on a version of Final Fantasy XVI on platforms other than PS5“. It was then the analyst Piers Harding-Rolls who then cited that FF 16”it would be completely exclusive to PS5 for six months and exclusive to consoles for twelve months“If this is the case, it will be interesting to follow the number of players on Steam when the software is released on PC. It is currently planned. for summer 2023 on PlayStation 5.

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