After a long period of exclusivity on PlayStation platforms, Final Fantasy 7 Remake has also arrived on PC in its Intergrade version… with another exclusive agreement and not without some controversy.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade for PC arrived on Epic Games Store on Thursday 16 December generating some controversy both for exclusivity (launch did not involve Steam), and especially for the high launch price, a cost
Players who want to add it to their Steam library can start hoping, in any case. Among the game files downloaded from Epic Games Store, more precisely in the path “Engine/Binaries/ThirdParty,” the subfolder Steamworks has been identified, which inside hides even the file “steam_ In another file, “WindowsEngine.ini,” a reference to SteamDevAppID “146240” was found, which SteamDB curators have already labeled as “Final Fantasy VII Re
Some clues that seem to outline the contours of another exclusive time only for Epic Games Store. Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade could follow the process of many games that preceded it, landed on Steam after a period of exclusivity of 6-12 months. Absolute certainty, however, we will only have it with an official announcement.