Final Fantasy VII Remake will be available on March 3, 2020. Well, the wait is over. On Sunday night during a special orchestral concert celebrating the music of Final Fantasy VII, Square Enix unveiled a brand new trailer for the long-simmering Final Fantasy VII Remake in advance of their keynote address on Monday evening. Further details about the new game are being kept under wraps but more information will be revealed this year at E3 in June.
The game was released for the original PlayStation back in 1997 and was considered by gaming historians as one of the most well-loved titles of all time.
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Altogether, this revelation is unlikely to be much of a surprise to anyone following the development of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. However, today's announcement shows that everything is starting to come together. And maybe this first part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be longer than expected, too, stretching into Kalm, Junon Harbor, or even Mt. Corel, though it's unlikely. There was none of that business going on in the original game, and with the remake's gameplay already heavily deviating from the style of the original, it's a minor concern that needless alterations have been made to the plot as well.