Over the last 24 hours, interest was piqued when Xbox Germany seemingly posted a video of the Final Fantasy VII Remake trailer on their Facebook, with references to PlayStation removed. At time of writing, that video appears to have been taken down, but not before screenshots were captured and shared to social media (you can check them out further down this article). That's not the case however, with Square Enix saying it has "no plans" to bring Final Fantasy 7 Remake to other formats at this point.
The Tweet was quickly deleted, with Xbox Germany communications and social lead Maxi Graff promptly apologising. "Sorry, no announcement on our side", she wrote.
"As previously announced, Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released for the PlayStation 4 on March 3rd 2020. Big apologies for this". There has been talk of a PC version coming later on but for the most part, Final Fantasy VII Remake is only being talked about as a PS4 game. That changed a little yesterday, when Xbox Germany mistakenly announced the game for Xbox One.
While Xbox isn't set to make an announcement, Graff did not say that the information included in the video was inaccurate. The post, which has long since been removed, incorrectly declared the game would launch on Xbox One on the same day as the PlayStation 4 release - the only version we now know about.