Last February 14, 2020, the PlayStation YouTube channel posted Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Opening Movie. And just this March 2, 2020, the Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo is finally free to try at the PlayStation Store website. Can’t say yet that the wait is already over, but at least, updates about this game are continuously teasing its fans.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo
Enjoy the first chapter of FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE – the iconic Mako Reactor 1 bombing mission?with this demo version.
– Progress cannot be carried over into the retail version of the game.
– Content may differ from that of the retail version.
FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE is a bold reimagining of the original FINAL FANTASY VII, originally released in 1997 for the PlayStation®, developed under the guidance of the original key developers.
This grand adventure filled with memorable characters and crafted with cutting edge technology was an instant worldwide hit, and now it is reborn for a new era.
With a mix of traditional command-based combat and real-time action, fans can explore the world of FINAL FANTASY VII, recreated with today’s technology.– Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Description from the PlayStation Store Website
Final Fantasy VII Remake Opening Movie
Square Enix 7 Top Tips
Just this March 2, 2020, Square Enix has also even made a “7 tips for playing the FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE demo” on their official website. Want to play this game as soon as it officially launches? Might as well check their tips out before getting into action.
Full Game Release
This game is playable on PlayStation 4. The full game will be released on April 10, 2020, and you can now pre-order it for $59.99 at the PlayStation Store. By pre-ordering, you’ll get the Chocobo Chick Summoning Materia and an exclusive dynamic theme. And for the deluxe edition, you can get it for $79.99
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