New Final Fantasy VII Remake Trailer Revealed Alongside Official Release Date (VIDEO)
Earlier this year, we reported on a special Final Fantasy VII concert that was to be held on June 9 (today), smack dab in the middle of E3 2019. Titled FINAL FANTASY VII – A Symphonic Reunion, the announcement of the show sparked immediate speculation suggesting that new remake news would be announced at some point during the event. Now, it appears that we were correct, as Square Enix revealed both an official release date and a brand new trailer for the Final Fantasy VII Remake.
During the Final Fantasy VII concert, Square Enix revealed that the first part of the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake will officially be releasing on March 3rd, 2020. This is some absolutely stellar news, as up until recently the game’s development progress has been kept under wraps with the exception of the new gameplay trailer that aired towards the end of Sony’s State of Play livestream last month. During the concert, Square Enix also released a brand new gameplay trailer for the remake, which can be found below:
How is everyone doing? We announced the release date for #FinalFantasy VII Remake at the LA concert today.
— FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE (@finalfantasyvii) June 10, 2019
This isn’t the only news fans can be excited for, as per game director Tetsuya Nomura, “further announcements” will be made tomorrow during Square Enix’s E3 2019 presentation. Here’s hope we’ll get a look at more of our favorite characters from the original game, along with some info on how the multi-part release will work.
Final Fantasy VII Remake officially launches on March 3, 2020 exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
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