Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced during Sony’s E3 2015 press conference, but we haven’t seen or heard much about it since. However, according to a popular Nintendo insider, it seems there may be something developing behind the scenes. Will this game make its Switch debut during E3 2017? A single tweet has raised that possibility.

Coming from the Dystify Twitter account, it said, “speaking of E3, I heard from a second-hand source we’re getting Final Fantasy VII Remake for Switch, and it should be shown at E3.” It was later added that gamers shouldn’t take the statement as fact and was described as “something I heard from someone I consider reliable.”

Of course, the fact that it comes from Dystify is enough for some Nintendo fans to at least consider the information. Most recently, the user is known for sharing some very detailed Nintendo Switch hardware leaks that wound up being mostly correct. In other words, this insider has sources to go by, and these sources are sometimes correct.

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Beyond the source’s pedigree, there’s been lots of speculation about Final Fantasy VII Remake eventually coming to Nintendo Switch. Discussion began shortly after the game’s main protagonist, Cloud Strife, was added to the Super Smash Bros. roster in late 2015. His inclusion seemed especially odd at the time given that Cloud is more of a PlayStation-centric character. That anomaly alone was enough to spark chatter of grander ideas.

Momentum continued when we learned the Nintendo Switch would support Unreal Engine 4, the engine in which Final Fantasy VII Remake is being developed. Especially considering the close Switch partnership between Square Enix and Nintendo, these two tidbits can’t be purely coincidental, right?

Of course, as with any good rumor, there’s plenty of reason to disregard it too. For one, even Dystify didn’t seem 100 percent sure of the details. There are obvious technical hurdles consider as well. The only chunk of Final Fantasy VII gameplay we’ve seen puts its visuals and scope on par with Final Fantasy XV, a game confirmed to have “no plans” for a Switch release. We’ve yet to see a concrete example of Switch software with the kind of detail a project like that would demand.

Let’s also not discount the inherent shakiness of Nintendo rumors in the months leading up to E3 either. About this time of year is when we start seeing wild and crazy predictions about June’s Direct lineup. More often than not, these “scoops” are just the pie-in-the-sky musings of passionate fans. This rumor could be one of our first 2017 examples of an undying trend.

As of now, Final Fantasy VII Remake has only been confirmed for episodic release on PS4. Its soonest possible arrival is early 2018.

What do you think of this rumor? Will we ever see Final Fantasy VII Remake on Switch? What are your E3 2017 predictions? Tell us in the comments section!