Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix has released the final trailer before the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake. Please note that this trailer contains a lot of spoilers due to new footage of the game.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 10 April 2020 on PlayStation 4. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak it may happen that you won't receive the game on release day. Europe and Australia however got the game early. Plesse note that you are not allowed to stream the game untill the release day.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Yoshinori Kitase (Producer) and Tetsuya Nomura (Director) of the Final Fantasy VII Remake development team has released an imported message regarding the release of the game and the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak:

The Final Fantasy VII Remake team have worked extremely hard to make this game and we are incredibly proud of what you are about to play. Our biggest motivator during the development was that so many of you were willing us on, and we felt your enthusiasm and passion every step of the way.

We had some hard decisions to make during the final few weeks before launch due to disruption to distribution channels caused by the spread of the COVID-19 virus. These unique circumstances have made it very difficult to align timing of our global shipping. Our highest priority is that all of you, including those who live in countries currently facing the biggest disruption, can play the game at launch, so we made the decision to ship the game far earlier than usual to Europe and Australia.

As a result, there is a greater chance that some of you in these regions will now get a copy of the game prior to the worldwide release date of April 10. For other western regions, including the Americas, copies will be shipped this week and we feel optimistic that most of you will receive the game for launch day. However, due to the challenging situation we cannot provide delivery dates for each country and each retailer.

We really want all of you looking forward to Final Fantasy VII Remake to play the game on April 10 and experience everything we have been working on, together.

To everyone we would like to ask one big favour.

If you get the game early, please think of others and don’t spoil it for them. We know there are potential spoilers that have been out there for over two decades as the original Final Fantasy VII was released in 1997. But Final Fantasy VII Remake is a new game that still has many surprises for everyone. All our fans and players deserve to experience the game for themselves, and we ask for the support of our dedicated community around the world to ensure that.

On behalf of the entire development team, and everyone around the world that has worked on getting Final Fantasy VII Remake to you all, thanks again for your support, and most importantly, please stay safe.

So, please if you got the game early, don't spoil anything. And stay safe and follow the restrictions of your country.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Yesterday Square Enix has released a statement update regarding the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake and the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

As we prepare for the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake on April 10, we wanted to keep you updated on how the proactive measures being taken to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus are likely to affect the distribution and retail landscape in western regions at launch.

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.

This does not mean that box copies of Final Fantasy VII Remake will not be dispatched, it just means that we cannot control the date the game may arrive.

In many countries and states, retail stores are closing to help with social distancing measures. If you placed a pre-order with one of these retailers, we advise you to check their websites for the latest information about the status of pre-orders, as well as pick-up and/or delivery information. Please ensure your mailing address and contact details are up to date, as some retailers have begun contacting customers with delivery updates.

Finally, we are currently making arrangements to ensure that pre-orders from the Square Enix reach you by April 10.

We are working hard to ensure as many of you as possible can play the game on April 10 and will update further when we have more information.

Thank you for your continued support and most importantly, stay safe.

Stay safe and follow the restrictions of your country.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

 Square Enix has released a statement regarding the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake and the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 10 April 2020 on PlayStation 4. However it is possible that physical copies of the game are not available on the release date in your country.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

With only a few weeks away of the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake Square Enix has revealed a new video series called Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Bringing together interviews with the game’s creators, artists and developers, the series gives an exclusive look at some of the secrets behind the development of Final Fantasy VII Remake - from the game’s story, characters, combat and action to its stunning music and spectacular visual design. The first video features insight from renowned developers including:

  • Yoshinori Kitase (Producer)
  • Tetsuya Nomura (Director & Concept Design)
  • Kazushige Nojima (Story & Scenario)
  • Naoki Hamaguchi (Co-Director – Game Design / Programming)
  • Motomu Toriyama (Co-Director – Scenario Design)

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 10 April 2020.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Today, one day before the original release date, Square Enix has released the demo of Final Fantasy VII Remake worldwide for PlayStation 4 owners.

In this demo you can play the first chapter of Final Fantasy VII Remake, the bombing of Mako Reactor 1. The progress in demo can not be carried over to the full game.

You can download the demo from the PlayStation Store. Players who download the demo before 11 May 2020 will receive an exclusive PlayStation 4 theme when the full game launches.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be available on 10 April 2020 for PlayStation 4.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix has revealed the opening movie of Final Fantasy VII Remake.

The 5-minute long movie starts with scenes from the surrounding area and Midgar, the city where the original game starts. The second part of the movie is the new version of the opening movie of the original game showing Aerith and the AVALANCE members getting off the train, showing Biggs, Wedge, Jessie, Cloud and Barret.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 10 April 2020.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix has revealed a new trailer of Final Fantasy VII Remake featuring the theme song "Hollow" composed by Nobuo Uematsu, sung by Yosh (Survive Said the Prophet) and written by Kazushige Nojima.

In the trailer new footage is shown, like a young Cloud and Tifa in Nibelheim, Red XIII making his debut and Honeybee Inn with Cloud dressed like a girl.

There's also a behind-the-scenes video featuring interviews with Nobuo Uematsu and Yosh.

Square Enix has also announced that fans may experience the music of Final Fantasy VII Remake during the Orchestra World Tour in over 10 cities (like New York, London and Bangkok). Fans that are unable to attend, the soundtrack will be available early Summer 2020.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on PlayStation 4 on 10 April 2020.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy VII Remake will not be released worldwide on 3 March 2020, but has been delayed to 10 April 2020.

Below is a message from the development team:

We know that so many of you are looking forward to the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake and have been waiting patiently to experience what we have been working on. In order to ensure we deliver a game that is in-line with our vision, and the quality that our fans who have been waiting for deserve, we have decided to move the release date to April 10, 2020.

We are making this tough decision in order to give ourselves a few extra weeks to apply final polish to the game and to deliver you with the best possible experience. I, on behalf of the whole team, want to apologize to everyone, as I know this means waiting for the game just a little bit longer.

Thank you for your patience and continued support”

-- Yoshinori Kitase, Producer of Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 10 April 2020 on PlayStation 4.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Last week the listing of the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo in the PlayStation Store was leaked. However it seems that now the full demo has been leaked. It is listed on an open file server along with the full game (which has been removed now).

Footage has been uploaded on YouTube from the demo. YouTube user Lystrasza has successfully got the demo working, most likely on a modded or jailbraiked PlayStation 4, and has uploaded the opening cutscene of the game.

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More footage has appeared on YouTube so it seems other users also got the demo working. Here's a video of the full demo. Better watch it now, before it will be removed.

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The demo starts at the beginning of Final Fantasy VII (Remake), the bombing of the Mako Reactor 1 and ends after it's destruction. Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 3 March 2020.

Update: It seems more than only the demo has been leaked. After people have data-mined the package, which is 10GB, additional content has been found that is otherwise impossible to find in the course of the demo. We will not post these things, but you've been warned!

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