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The Final Fantasy VII Remake is Real and It Looks Amazing!

Square Enix kicked off their E3 2019 Live Event by debuting an in-depth look at the gameplay and story for the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake.

It looks absolutely bonkers.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will reimagine the original game by “diving deeper into the world and its characters.” The first part of the multi-part remake will be set in Midgar and will present a fully standalone gaming experience.

The battle system has been reworked to incorporate a hybrid system that merges real-time action with strategic, command-based combat.

Two special editions of Final Fantasy VII Remake have also been announced.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

The Deluxe Edition, available to pre-order now, contains a hardback art book featuring stunning concept art, a Mini-Soundtrack CD, Summon Materia DLC allowing players to summon Cactuar in game, and a Sephiroth SteelBook® Case. The Digital Deluxe Edition contains a digital art book, a digital Mini-Soundtrack, and Summon Materia DLC allowing players to summon Carbuncle and Cactuar in game.

 

Final Fantasy VII Remake

The “1st Class Edition” includes all Deluxe Edition content, the Carbuncle Summon Materia DLC, as well as a Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and Hardy Daytona box set (bundled separately), which is available to pre-order in limited quantities from the SQUARE ENIX Store.

In addition, details of the game’s voice cast were unveiled, including:

  • Cloud, voiced by Cody Christian (All American, Teen Wolf)
  • Barret, voiced by John Eric Bentley (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Independence Day: Resurgence)
  • Aerith, voiced by Briana White (Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Occupants)
  • Tifa, voiced by Britt Baron (GLOW)
  • Jessie, voiced by Erica Lindbeck (Spider-Man, Persona 5, ThunderCats Roar)
  • Biggs, voiced by Gideon Emery (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Teen Wolf)
  • Wedge, voiced by Matt Jones (Breaking Bad)
  • Sephiroth, voiced by Tyler Hoechlin

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be available first for the PlayStation®4 system from March 3, 2020, with English, Japanese, French and German voiceover and English, French, LatAm Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, German and Spanish subtitles.

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