When we told you yesterday that the Sony PlayStation 5 is
still on track for holiday 2020 launch, we also mentioned a bit that Final Fantasy 7
had been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, we have good news and bad
The Good News: Final Fantasy 7 Remake is still on
schedule for its April 10th launch
The Bad News: Physical Copies of Final Fantasy 7 may not
arrive on April 10th
This news comes directly from Square Enix via the Final
Fantasy 7 official website. In short, the company is expanding on a
previous tweet that suggested the coronavirus outbreak could gum up the works:
“As you will be aware, many countries are limiting entry or closing their national and state borders and restricting the distribution and delivery of non-essential items. Understandably these restrictions are being implemented so that essential items can reach their destination as fast as possible.”
Rest assured, though, your...
Square Enix has put out a whole bunch new screen shots and a
handful of character renders for the upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Remake that’s set
to launch in April. In the latest release we get to see a handful of new
summons, a quick look at some of the quests, and more shots of Tifa in combat.
You won’t be able to spot the new summons very easy in the main screenshots,
but you can see them clearly in the new character renders that were also
released. Check out the new shots in the dedicated Final Fantasy 7 Remake
Final Fantasy 7 Summons Gallery (2/13/2020)
Final Fantasy 7 New Screen Shots (2/13/2020)
Shine bright and watch the new Theme Song Trailer of FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE, arriving worldwide April 10, 2020. In this trailer, you will dive further into the adventures of Cloud, Tifa, Aerith and Barret in the City of Midgar.
Theme Song ‘Hollow’ credits:
Music: Nobuo UematsuVocals: Yosh (Survive Said The Prophet)Lyrics: Kazushige Nojima / Translation: Ben Sabin, John CrowArrangement: Kenichiro Fukui
It wasn’t long ago that we discussed everything
we know about Final Fantasy 7 Remastered, and here we are today looking at more
than a half hour of Demo gameplay that was supposedly captured on the PS4. Sony
has yet to confirm that a demo is actually coming, but the leaked footage looks
legit and it does feature PlayStation insignia’s at the end, so it certainly
looks like it’s the real deal.
Word has it that the demo will be available sometime soon, and
with the first chapter of the game launching on March 3, 2020, it’s about time
for it to hit digital stores. As a fair warning, the videos posted below do
contain some pretty big spoilers, so if you haven’t played the original or don’t
want to ruin the new bits in the remastered version, you might want to wait for
the game to launch.
With that said, everything you see...
Let’s not beat around the bush – Final Fantasy 7 is one of
the best and most iconic RPGs of all time. With all of the remakes happening
these days, it comes as no surprise that FF7 is on the short list, especially
with fans screaming for a modern interpretation. Even though we heard about FF7
back at E3 in 2015, it wasn’t until E3 2019 that we actually learned something
useful about it. Fast forward to today and, while we do know quite a bit, there’s
still a major cloud of mystery hanging over the game. Here’s everything we
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Release Date
As of the time of this writing, all we know is that Final
Fantasy 7 is set to debut on March 3rd, 2020, but it’ll be available
exclusively on the PS4. Exclusivity will last for at least a year, so chances
of it coming to PC or any...