Final Fantasy VII Remake Game's Final Trailer Streamed

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Game launches officially on April 10, with some territories getting physical copies early

Square Enix began streaming the "final trailer" on Friday for its Final Fantasy VII Remake game.

English version

Japanese version

Square Enix delayed the PlayStation 4 game from March 3 to April 10. The game will be a PlayStation exclusive until April 10, 2021. Square Enix is shipping the game "far earlier than usual" to Europe and Australia, but digital copies of the game will still release on April 10 as planned. Measures such as retailer closings related to COVID-19 may impact delivery dates.

The game will have Deluxe, Digital Deluxe, and 1st Class Editions. The Deluxe Edition contains an art book, a mini-soundtrack CD, and a DLC Materia for Cactuar. The Digital Deluxe Edition contains a digital art book, a digital mini-soundtrack CD, and a DLC Materia for Carbuncle and Cactuar. The 1st Class Edition includes all the content from the Deluxe Edition, a DLC Materia for Carbuncle, as well as a Play Arts Kai figure named "Cloud Strife and Hardy Daytona." People who pre-order the game will receive a DLC Materia for Chocobo Chick. Digital pre-orders will also include a theme for the PS4 menu.

Tetsuya Nomura is returning to the remake game as its director after serving as the character designer for the original game, and Kazushige Nojima is also returning to write the scenario. Square Enix stated in a Japanese news post for the game in May, "production is underway on the work as multiple parts."

Square Enix announced the Final Fantasy VII remake in 2015. Square's original Final Fantasy VII game debuted for PlayStation in 1997.

Sources: PlayStation's YouTube channel, Square Enix's YouTube channel

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