Final Fantasy VII Remake Releases March 3, 2020 on PS4 First
There is no doubt that one of the most anticipated games of the year is Final Fantasy VII Remake. This is why we believe that many will be happy to know that it has finally got a release date.
In the concert that Square Enix prepared for its fans in Los Angeles, California, the company revealed exclusively that Final Fantasy VII remake will be available from March 3, 2020.
After revealing this information, Square Enix shared a new trailer of the game. In it, we can see several scenes full of action with characters like Cloud and Barret. As you can see, those are scenes that correspond to the initial section of the game in Midgar. That’s not all, since it also gives us a look at the gameplay.
Check it below:
After Square Enix revealed its launch window, fans began to wonder about the platform(s) on which it will debut. Well, a few moments ago, the famous personality of Twitter, Wario64, revealed an official statement of Square Enix in which the company detailed what just happened in the Final Fantasy concert.
Initially, the document states that the expected remake will debut first on PS4, so the aforementioned date should be taken into account as the launch for the Sony platform and is expected to be given more details tomorrow during the Square conference Enix at E3 2019. Obviously, this opens the door directly to the game’s debut on other platforms, such as Xbox One.
Subsequently, the Japanese company highlighted the new art presented in the framework of the concert, which contains the official debut date of Final Fantasy VII Remake along with the new design of Sephiroth, the main villain of this story.
Finally, and perhaps the most important detail, in the document there is no reference to a release by episodes, something that must still be confirmed as there is information that points out that Final Fantasy VII Remake would opt for this format, so it only remains to wait for few hours to confirm this information.
Final Fantasy VII Remake press release makes no mention of it being split in parts. We should learn more tomorrow night during the Square Enix E3 showing pic.twitter.com/RIkmhG6Xvn
— Wario64 (@Wario64) June 10, 2019