Square Enix, the Japanese games studio, is confirming at least that Final Fantasy 7 Remake will launch globally on March 3rd, 2020, for PS4.
A Final Fantasy concert has been held before the opening of E3 2019, and during this event, the official announcement was made. Even if Square Enix had a press conference at the E3 2019 event, the company has decided to make some announcements before that. More details were also revealed at E3 2019.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake to launch in March 2020
The announcement came alongside a new trailer. The trailer shows Cloud, Barret, and many familiar faces going on the Bombing Mission that it’s opening the primary Final Fantasy 7 Remake. With this occasion, we can see Omnislash with his new look, and it is as fresh as it was back in 1997.
On the other hand, the final of the trailer is quite different than the original Final Fantasy 7. Here, Aerith is grabbing Clouds hands when a dark and strange entity envelops both of them.
However, looking at the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, it has had a long development, and because of that, over the years, the fans have been surviving in the dark most of the time with this game.
Square Enix revealed even more details E3 2019
Fortunately, the fans are receiving from Square Enix more information than ever, and even glimpses about the gameplay. The most recent information until now was at the PlayStation State of Play live stream from May, in which Final Fantasy 7 Remake was featured.
Even if we now know the most critical detail, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake release date, we are sure that there’s more to come in the future. Also, at the Square Enix’s E3 press conference, the company revealed that FF7 Remake will include an extended portion of Midgar of the original game.
Besides, Square Enix announced Marvel’s Avengers and Final Fantasy 8 Remastered which would come out this year.
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