Final Fantasy 7 Remake Is Now The Most Sought-After Game, According To Famitsu

Square Enix has plenty of reasons to release the Final Fantasy 7 Remake. It was already clear that fans want this game, but this was confirmed once again after Famitsu released the results for the most sought-after games of the month. The votes were cast between January 31 and February 6.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake is now the most sought-after game

The first position of the top is occupied by Final Fantasy 7 Remake, which isn’t surprising at all. Here is the full list, according to Famitsu:

  1. [PS4] Final Fantasy VII Remake – 1,171 votes
  2. [PS4] Devil May Cry 5 – 723 votes
  3. [PS4] Super Robot Wars T – 591 votes
  4. [NSW] Animal Crossing – 514 votes
  5. [NSW] Dragon Quest XI S – 412 votes
  6. [NSW] Bayonetta 3 – 410 votes
  7. [PS4] Dead or Alive 6 – 360 votes
  8. [NSW] Shin Megami Tensei V – 343 votes
  9. [NSW] Fire Emblem: Three Houses – 342 votes
  10. [PS4] Code Vein – 340 votes

About Final Fantasy 7 Remake release date

Fans have been waiting for this remake for a long time. Square Enix didn’t talk too much about this game, although a few hints have been offered. For instance, we did receive a couple of screenshots that show us that developers are still working on Final Fantasy 7 Remake.

However, a more significant clue was released recently. The financial results of the Japanese gaming company were made public, and they showed that a major game release could take place by the end of the year. More than that, Yosuke Matsuda, the president of Square Enix, did tell everyone to look forward to E3 2019. The event would be the perfect occasion for the game studio to make an announcement regarding Final Fantasy 7 Remake.

“I cannot go into any detail at the moment, but I believe we will be able to make various announcements in the lead-up to this year’s E3,” Matsuda, the president of Square Enix, concluded.

In case Square Enix announces Final Fantasy 7 Remake at E3 2019, the most sought-after game of this month might indeed roll out by the end of this year.

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