A Google cache
of the site finalfantasyviipc.com shows evidence of a plan for an updated PC release, with achievements, cloud saves (appropriate!) and a "character booster" that lets players increase HP, MP, and money "with the simple click of a button, leaving you to enjoy your adventure." Final Fantasy VII
first came to PC on disc in 1998.
A whois search
of that domain reveals it to be owned by Square Enix – registered, in fact, under CEO Yoichi Wada's name.
Square Enix hasn't officially announced the new version yet, so we don't know when this is due, but the cached page prices it at £7.99 / €9.99 (about $12.50).