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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Is Second Game in Remake Trilogy, Coming to PS5 Next Winter

The second installment of the Final Fantasy VII Remake trilogy, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, will be released on PlayStation 5 “next winter.” The first look video was released as part of Square Enix’s 25th Anniversary celebrations for the original Final Fantasy VII. Among other things, the developer confirmed that Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion will be released later this year.

It will be available for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Steam (PC). According to a Square Enix blog post, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will “take Cloud and the group out of Midgar and into the wider world,” continuing the story of Final Fantasy VII Remake. Cloud and Sephiroth are shown in the first trailer.


In Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the game has been “reimagined for the present age.”

Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion, a precursor to Final Fantasy VII, will be released later this year.

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The game’s standalone experience, according to the developer, reimagines Final Fantasy VII for the present world. According to Tetsuya Nomura, the game’s creative director, the game is structured in such a way that new players can enjoy it regardless of whether or not they are familiar with the original game. He also mentioned that work on the third title had already started.

Yoshinori Kitase, the game’s producer, stated the game will contain “amazing tale turns” and “deeper character explorations.”In other news, Square Enix has revealed that Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion, a prequel to the original Final Fantasy VII, will be released later this winter on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Steam, and Switch.

Zack Fair is on a mission to find the missing soldier Genesis Rhapsodise, according to the game’s official description. The game will feature numerous enhancements in terms of aesthetics and language delivery, which will now be completely voiced.

A new teaser has been released for the upcoming mobile game Final Fantasy 7 Ever Crisis, which retells the events of the main game and its spinoffs. Later this year, it’ll have a closed beta test on iOS and Android, but only in a few regions (Square Enix didn’t say which ones).

Final Fantasy 7 The First Soldier, which is now available on iOS and Android, has released a new teaser that highlights the game’s new season 3 maps, weapons, magic, and character classes.

Final Fantasy 7 was released in 1997 for the original Sony PlayStation and has since become one of the most popular RPGs of all time, with 13.3 million copies sold worldwide as of June 2020. Over the years, it’s been re-released for many platforms, and it’s now accessible on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, iOS, and Android.

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