Square Enix has announced that a Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis PC version is in development.
The mobile RPG, which launched on iOS and Android earlier this month, is also coming to PC via Steam, according to a recent livestream.
The livestream also confirmed that Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis will let you share data between the PC and mobile versions, although it's not clear exactly what data will be shared or whether you'll be able to carry over rewards you've already gained into the PC version.
It's worth noting that the livestream was entirely in Japanese with no English subtitles, too, and the X post confirming the PC version of the game was also in Japanese, so a Western PC version of Ever Crisis hasn't technically been confirmed.
Still, given that Square Enix previously said its closed beta for Ever Crisis was a success, let's hope that the West gets the PC version of Ever Crisis as well.
If you've missed out on Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis, it's a turn-based mobile RPG set in the Final Fantasy VII universe.
The game retells the classic Final Fantasy VII story and also draws in elements from various other Final Fantasy VII media, including Crisis Core, Dirge of Cerberus, and the movie Advent Children.
Ever Crisis is one of two ongoing projects that serve as a Final Fantasy VII remake, with the other being the aptly-named Final Fantasy VII Remake, for which a second installment, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, is due to arrive in February next year.
We don't have a Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis PC release date yet, and the Steam page for the game also isn't live at time of writing.
Let's hope we get more information about this project and its PC release in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more!