It seems the June 2022 Final Fantasy VII 25th anniversary announcements could include something related to FFVII Remake Intergrade. A Japanese trademark appeared on May 20, 2022 related to the game. Square Enix first filed for them on May 12, 2022. As expected, it covers a number o fronts, like software. [Thanks, Gematsu!]
There are a few situations a new FFVII Remake Intergrade trademark could apply to. This could perhaps relate to ports. The game first debuted on the PS4 in April 2020, before the Intergrade version showed up on the PS5 in June 2021. The PC iteration of it then showed up on the Epic Games Store in December 2021. Due to timing and exclusivity arrangements, this could mean an Xbox release is on the way. Or, since Square Enix did so with Kingdom Hearts, a Switch cloud version.
The next round of FFVII announcements will come in June 2022. Tetsuya Nomura confirmed them during the second FFVII The First Soldier livestream. He didn’t name any specific games that could appear. However, in addition to the remake and battle royale title, FFVII Ever Crisis is in development. There could also be news about the next part of the remake.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for the PlayStation 4. FFVII Remake Intergrade is out on the PlayStation 5 and PC via Epic Games Store.