Final Fantasy VII Remake Reveals Three Epic New Dynamic PS4 Themes

Final Fantasy VII Remake Reveals Two Epic New Dynamic PS4 Themes

With less than a month to go until the highly anticipated launch of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, fans are chomping at the bit to revisit a Midgar that has basically been rebuilt from the ground up by developer Square Enix. Naturally, the company is keeping its nose to the grindstone building up hype for the title, and now, Square Enix has revealed a total of three new dynamic Final Fantasy VII Remake themes for the PlayStation 4.

The folks over at Square Enix recently took to Twitter to reveal three new dynamic Final Fantasy VI Remake themes for the PlayStation 4. The first depicts the team on the outskirts of Midgar, presumably after a harrowing escape from the Shinra building. This is the only theme that was previously revealed, and it is free for those that download the playable demo before May 11th.

The second theme, shown above, features some of that iconic Final Fantasy VII battle music while depicting an aerial view of Midgar alternating with an up-close shot of Cloud approaching the Shinra building. This theme will be available for free “soon” for those that are subscribed to PlayStation Plus.

Last but not least is the third and final theme, this one depicting a fiery part of Midgar alternating with Sephiroth standing off to the side of the flames. This particular theme will only be available for those that pre-order the Final Fantasy VII Remake through Each theme offers a unique take on the upcoming remake, and thankfully they’re all “free” if the appropriate conditions are met.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake is slated to release on April 10, 2020 exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

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Ryan is a writer and the head editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.


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