A hint that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be coming to PC was found.
In the Epic Games Store's database, an entry for Final Fantasy VII Remake was found (via VG247). An entry for the game was seen a few times in the database, with Square Enix Japan being listed as the game's developer. While this is a good hint that Final Fantasy VII Remake may be coming to PC, it is not a sure confirmation at the moment.
Final Fantasy VII Remake would not be the only Square Enix developed JRPG to reach the Epic Games Store in recent times. Earlier this year, The Kingdom Hearts series made its way to the store front, making it the first time that the games were available on PC. It is unknown if Final Fantasy VII Remake would make its way to Steam as well.
When Final Fantasy VII Remake released in April of last year, it was announced that the game would be a PlayStation exclusive for a year. When Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade was released, that exclusivity was extended for six months. This would mean that the game would be able to reach different platforms, including PC, in December.
The latest iteration of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, was released earlier this month for the PlayStation 5. Intergrade included the original game with a performance upgrade, as well as a special DLC episode starring Yuffie. The DLC episode starts after Mako Reactor 5 explodes. In the resulting chaos, the Wutai government has Yuffie and her partner, Sonon Kusakabe, infiltrate Midgar with the mission of stealing the ultimate materia from the Shinra Electric Power Company. If Yuffie is able to successfully complete the mission, she will be able to save her hometown, which is in disgrace following defeat during their war with Shinra.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is available now for the PlayStation 5.