The analyst wrote: “Now to be clear that doesn’t mean they will announce it this month, or next month, or even in 6 months

“It just means the timed exclusivity contract on the game is ending so technically after April 10th Square Enix can release the game wherever they want to”.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake isn’t the only FF game that Sony has tied up exclusive deals for.

The upcoming Final Fantasy 16 is also an exclusive to the PS5, and we’ll have to wait and see whether a similar deal could be struck for the highly anticipated Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2.

Elsewhere, Square Enix fans have been given hope that a long lost JRPG franchise could be getting revived.

Front Mission is a tactical RPG featuring mechas which first debuted on the SNES back in 1995.