The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Launches Next March

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Release Date Announced

The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Launches Next March

The news was announced not at Square Enix E3 press conference, but via a trailer dropped at A Symphonic Reunion, a concert of Final Fantasy VII music at Los Angeles' Dolby Theater.

According to the leak, PlayStation Plus members will be able to download a demo for Final Fantasy 7 Remake on PS4. This date will be for the first episode though as it's been known for a while that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be an episodic release, somewhat mirroring the games original release being spread out over three discs.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake remains a multi-part release, but it appears that Square Enix has made a decision to downplay that for as long as it's able. I was introduced to the series with Final Fantasy IX, and over the last fifteen years I've gone back and played through every main franchise installment at one point or another up until Final Fantasy XIII. With stunning graphics, especially compared to the original's notoriously goofy models, and fluid animation, Final Fantasy VII Remake is looking more and more like it was worth the wait. It seems we might hear more about the remake then, and you can find details of how to watch the conference right here. It then went silent, causing fans to worry that the game developer bit off more than it could chew and would shelve the game.

Final Fantasy VII had it all: Magic materia! That doesn't mean that there isn't still exciting material left to unveil.

Nah, just kidding, everyone clamored for a remake and now we're finally getting one. A trailer was shown ahead of E3, and it ended with the release date: March 3, 2020.

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