Remaining Fantasy VII Remake Launch Date Introduced – E3 2019



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The long-awaited FF7 remake is coming subsequent 12 months.

Remaining Fantasy VII Remake can be launched March three, 2020.

Throughout a Remaining Fantasy VII live performance in Los Angeles, Sq. Enix confirmed a teaser trailer for the FF7 remake, which introduced the discharge date of March three subsequent 12 months on the finish, confirming a PS4-exclusive launch. Sq. requested followers to remain tuned for extra through the Sq. Enix E3 2019 press convention.

The trailer options footage from the Midgar set portion of the sport, predominately of AVALANCHE’S first Mako reactor bombing run. The guard scorpion battle is proven, with Cloud utilizing Cross Slash restrict break and Barret utilizing Large Shot. We get a brief take a look at the duo preventing Shinra’s varied protection forces, and it seems just like the idiosyncratic designs from the unique are all current and proper

The trailer didn’t make it clear whether or not this launch date can be for simply the primary episode of the sport, or if Sq. has determined to launch the remake in full, fairly than the beforehand introduced episodic plan.

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Remaining Fantasy VII Remake was first revealed at E3 2015, however was re-revealed final month throughout a PlayStation State of Play livestream, boasting new character fashions, fight and extra. That re-reveal was doubtless right down to the sport shifting from an exterior developer to an in-house Sq. Enix crew.

That shift hasn’t modified one in every of Remake’s extra controversial decisions – this stays an episodic recreation final we heard.

Sq. Enix additionally confirmed that Kingdom Hearts three’s ReMIND DLC is about for a winter launch.

Jonathon Dornbush is IGN’s Information Editor. Speak to him on Twitter @jmdornbush.

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