Final Fantasy VII Remake: Here’s How To Prevent Square Enix From Canceling Your Pre-Order
A few weeks ago, Square Enix announced that its highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake was being delayed. While the delay itself isn’t particularly surprising given the Japanese publisher’s track record, the delay itself is thankfully only a push-back of approx. 4-5 weeks, so things could certainly be worse. That said, there was an unintended consequence of the game getting pushed back, and now it appears that those that pre-ordered the Final Fantasy VII Remake will need to take a few steps in order to keep their pre-order.
Square Enix recently took to Twitter to announce that those that have pre-ordered the Final Fantasy VII Remake will need to opt back in in order to keep their pre-order status intact. “Due to the release date change to April 10th, you must opt in by February 28th for your order not to be cancelled,” the post reads. “To confirm your order please check for an email from SQUARE ENIX on this topic, then click the link in the email to be taken to a web page to opt in.” The rest of the post can be seen below:
— FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE (@finalfantasyvii) January 24, 2020
The steps to opt back in are thankfully fairly straightforward. Assuming you have received the relevant email from Square Enix, all that’s left is to click the link, fill out the necessary info, and submit it in order to opt back in. Just be sure to do this by February 28th, otherwise your pre-order will be canceled.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake is now slated to release on April 10th, 2020 for PlayStation 4.
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