Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade could be on its way to PC this winter. Dataminers have found a leaked Epic Games Store database listing for the game, as well as a new remastered version of horror adventure Alan Wake.
When could Final Fantasy VII Remake come to PC?
You can see the leaked listing for Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade on PC right here. The listing was originally spotted by ResetEra user Fusionterra. Though the listing has the somewhat oblique title of "Pineapple QA", clicking the CloudSaveFolder directory - which tells the game where to place save files and is rather well-named given the protagonist's name - reveals a default directory of "(User)/My Games/Final Fantasy VII Remake". The CloudExcludeList also returns a value of "ff7remakedevice.sav", and the developer is named in the listing as "Square Enix (Japan)".
While the listing doesn't specifically mention the Intergrade version of Final Fantasy VII Remake, there's good reason to believe it'll be this edition and not just the base game. In a trailer for Intergrade, a closing banner states the game will be a "PS5 Console Exclusive", with small print clarifying that this means it'll be on other platforms "at least six months" after launching on PS5. With that in mind, Intergrade won't hit the Epic Games Store until December at the earliest, although the fact that there's already a listing in place suggests this could be the window Square Enix is targeting.
What else did dataminers find in the Epic Games Store database?
As well as the listing for Final Fantasy VII Remake, dataminers also uncovered an entry for Alan Wake Remastered. Shockingly, this is likely to be a version of 2010 horror game Alan Wake, likely with visual and performance enhancements. You can see that listing here. Again, the CloudSaveFolder directory gives the game away (literally) by listing "(User)/Remedy/AlanWakeRemastered" as the default save directory, and the developer is listed as Remedy Entertainment. Given that Control was an Epic Games Store exclusive for a year, it's likely the same will be true of Alan Wake Remastered. The original 2010 version is currently available on Steam.
We'll have to wait and see whether the Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade PC version or Alan Wake Remastered materialize in the coming weeks and months. Until then, you can grab Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade on PS5 from the PlayStation Store. Intergrade features a host of visual and performance improvements over the PS4 version. It also includes the Episode Intermission DLC episode, which features Wutai-born materia hunter Yuffie on a mission to steal a powerful materia from the Shinra Company.
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