Square Enix initially will not be releasing exclusive PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X games and instead concentrate on releasing matches on both next-gen platforms and their elder sisters. Together with the backward compatibility of PS5 and Xbox collection X, the Japanese company will launch games for both PlayStation 5 and 4, Xbox One and Xbox collection X. Square Enix will begin publishing next-gen exclusive games in the future. All of this was disclosed by Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda when revealing the company’s third-quarter financial consequences for the financial year, ending on March 31, 2020. A report for the results was published as well. Thanks to Game’s Chat for pointing it out.
Long story short, thanks to Dragon Quest Walk, Romancing SaGa re; univerSe, Final Fantasy XIV and Dragon Quest X, Square Enix’s earnings and sales greatly improved compared to the identical time period this past year.
What is also interesting is the way during the meeting, Yosuke Matsuda was requested if the delay of Final Fantasy VII Remake Influenced any of the other upcoming projects’ development or launch programs. He replied that it did not. This is only a guess of minebut seeing Square Enix’s earnings and earnings have been deemed satisfying to the present fiscal year, Final Fantasy VII Remake being pushed back from March 3, 2020, to April 10, 2020, is a move to keep a surefire fiscal success for the next financial year.
Final Fantasy VII Remake launches on April 10 on PlayStation 4. It is a PS4 exclusive till April 2021. You can check out the latest trailer, gameplay, and also the opening cutscene here. New artwork was recently shown also , in addition to new screenshots. Storage space requirements have apparently leaked too. We also lately translated comments on the movie from Takahiro Sakurai, the seiyuu/Japanese voice of Cloud Strife.