Final Fantasy VII Remake Pre-Orders On Sale For A Limited Time
The highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake absolutely dominated Square Enix’s presentation at E3 2019, taking up a massive chunk of the publisher’s time as new footage from not one, not two, but three different gameplay trailers were revealed. Towards the end of one of the trailers, pre-order details were officially revealed for the game, with Square Enix also showing off a first look at the few different special versions of the title that can be purchased. Now, just days after the conclusion of E3, pre-orders for the Final Fantasy VII Remake are now on sale for a limited time.
At the time of writing, the folks over at Amazon currently have the Final Fantasy VII Remake on sale for $10 off, dropping the price for the standard edition of the game from $59.99 to $49.99. It is also a ‘Prime’ item, so that’s free two-day shipping for those of you that have Amazon Prime. The sale also extends to the Deluxe Edition of the game, dropping the price from $79.99 down to $69.99. Before you go looking for it, the pricey 1st Class Edition of the game is not currently available from Amazon, though there are listings for it on the website from those looking to make some money off the hype.
It should be noted that there is currently no word as to how long the sale will last, so those looking to take advantage of the sale should do so quickly. Those interested in purchasing the standard edition of the remake can do so right here. Those that would rather purchase the Deluxe Edition can do so right here.
Final Fantasy VII Remake officially launches on March 3, 2020 exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
So, plan on pre-ordering the game during the current sale? Which Final Fantasy character from the original game are you hoping to see next when Square Enix releases new footage? Let us know in the comments section below, and as always, stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!
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