Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Been Lovingly Recreated In Dreams (VIDEO)
The Final Fantasy VII Remake is undeniably one of the most highly anticipated video games of 2020, with Square Enix having officially announced the release date for part 1 earlier this year. While we’re finally on the home stretch with less than a year to go, one fan decided that it was still too long of a wait, and has instead done a recreation of the remake in, of course, the Dreams video game.
A Dreams player recently took to Twitter to share a clip of them playing the recreation of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, which was created by Sosetsuken5360. The level features a character art style similar to that of the original game, though the fully working menus and UI look to have almost been pulled directly from the remake itself, with the player able to take on the Airbuster boss in Midgar. Check out the clip below:
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As shown in the clip, those that test out the level are able to switch between playing as Cloud, Barret, and Tifa, all of whom come equipped with their own weapons. Not shown in the clip are some of the other features that are pulled from the Final Fantasy VII Remake, such as dodging, locking on, and limit breaks (Omnislash!), making this one hell of a pit stop for those that have been waiting years for the remake to release. Those that are interested in checking out the level should search for “FFVII Dreamake” within the game.
Dreams is now available for purchase for $29.99, which gets you into the early access program for the PlayStation 4. The Final Fantasy VII Remake launches on March 3, 2020, exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
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