Square Enix have revealed that Final Fantasy VII is set to be re-released to PC this year, with a few extra features. There’s some info and a trailer after the break.
The Final Fantasy VII re-release won’t be a big HD remake like we’ve been seeing from other games recently, but it will run fine on newer versions of Windows, unlike the last PC release.
The game will also come with extra features such as achievements, cloud saves between different PCs and a ‘character booster’ designed to level up your characters quickly so you can play through the story with ease (personally, sounds like it could be micro-transactions).
Minimum system requirements are, understandably, pretty low:
- Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7 (32/64-bit)
- 2GHz Processor or faster
- 1GB RAM
- DirectX 9-compatible graphic card
Final Fantasy VII will be released ‘this year’ for PC, and available exclusively through Square’s online store. (It’s also on sale on the UK PSN for £4 right now, by the way).