On Thursday, the teenager was called up by Didier Deschamps to the French senior side for the next round of internationals on November 18th and 21st.
The captain of the French under-21 side has been the undeniable break-out star of Ligue 1 this term, making his name one of the first on Luis Enrique's team sheet for every match.
Should the PSG midfield dynamo feature against Gibraltar or Greece, he will become the youngest French international since before World War I.
As Zaire-Emery has matured, so have PSG come into fine form in Ligue 1 in recent weeks and they go into the weekend one point off top with four victories in their last five outings.
However, they will need to bounce back from a poor midweek display in the Champions League away to Milan, where they went down 2-1.
The side from the Champagne region have quietly worked their way up to fourth in the table this season under coach Will Still and have won four of their last six matches.
Nice have been scintillating since the start of September, only dropping points once in a 0-0 draw against Brest.
Montpellier have been up-and-down all season, collecting just 11 points from their 10 encounters this season.
They have had a difficult start to November, now taking on Nice immediately after last Friday's comprehensive 3-0 defeat away to PSG.
Desperate for some positives on the pitch, they travel away from the Velodrome this Sunday to face Champions League outfit Lens.
One place separates the two sides in the table, but Lens will now go into the fixture needing a confidence boost after Wednesday's defeat to PSV Eindhoven meant they slipped out of the qualifying spots for the knock-out stages.
One to watch: Ousmane Dembele
The PSG forward may have turned a page last weekend with his glittering performance against Montpellier, where he provided one assist and was a constant thorn in the opposition's side.
After arriving in the summer from Barcelona for 50 million euros, French international Dembele has not set Ligue 1 alight, contributing zero goals in 10 appearances.
After a largely anonymous showing midweek against AC Milan, a return to league action alongside a goal-hungry Mbappe and a Zaire-Emery bursting with confidence could be the perfect storm to get him ticking again.
3 - Warren Zaire-Emery, aged 17 years and 255 days, would become the third youngest player to represent France if he features against Gibraltar, according to Opta statisticians.
25 - The number of points Nice have after 11 matches this term, the second highest total they have enjoyed at this stage of a season in 45 years.
Fixtures (times CET)
Montpellier vs Nice (21:00)
Thursday, December 7th
Brest vs Strasbourg (20:30) - rescheduled due to weather