Square Enix has clarified that “Final Fantasy VII Remake” is and will always be a PlayStation 4 exclusive, a report claims.

A mistake from Xbox Germany’s social team caused Xbox One players to go nuts over a video showing that a port of the highly anticipated reimagining of one of the most beloved JRPGs in history, “Final Fantasy VII Remake,” is coming to the Microsoft gaming console. Microsoft, however, clarified that the video was a “mistake” and said that there is no announcement about the game on their end.

Now, “Final Fantasy VII Remake” developer Square Enix itself clarified that the much awaited game won’t be coming to the Xbox One -- or any other gaming system aside from the one it was announced for. In a statement to IGN, Square Enix simply said:

"As previously announced, Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released for the PlayStation 4 on March 3rd 2020. We have no plans for other platforms."

While Square Enix didn’t explicitly say that “Final Fantasy VII Remake” won’t be coming to the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch or PC, it did hint that the game company has no plans to create a port for the said systems. This confirmation simply serves to remove confusion and, taken creatively, bring a message that says “sorry, Xbox One fans.”

Now available

Players on the PlayStation 4, as well as Xbox One owners hoping to get the Sony console to play the most anticipated game, can now preorder the game in three editions.

The Standard Edition ($59.99) includes the base game which is set in Midgar. Those who preorder will receive a DLC containing the Chocobo Chick Summon Materia. The Deluxe Edition ($79.99) adds a few things to the standard edition: an Artbook, the game’s Mini-Soundtrack, a Steelbook Case, and the Cactuar Summon Materia DLC.

The First Class Edition ($329.99) is the ultimate “FFVII” fan’s collection. It adds these to the items included in the Deluxe edition: the Carbuncle Summon Materia DLC, and the Play Arts Kai figures of Cloud and his trusty Hardy Daytona bike.

Those who want to enjoy the original game’s soundtrack as well as selected tracks from the “Remake” can also purchase a limited edition 2-LP Vinyl set for $79.98.

Final Fantasy 7 cast The beloved cast of "Final Fantasy 7" get their much deserved refresh in "Final Fantasy VII Remake." Photo: finalfantasy.wikia.com