For some time now, Final Fantasy VII has been a project that has been shrouded with doubt. Ever since its announcement at 2015’s E3, little information has been revealed on the game until now.
At the Square Enix conference at this years E3, Yoshinori Kitase, the producer, and director on Final Fantasy VII Remake showcased a trailer of the project containing stunning graphics and gameplay.
The trailer shows scenes from the early moments of the game, including the tutorial boss battle. The battle itself is filled with epic cinematics and action, which has us very excited for the rest of the game.
Kitase revealed that the game would be broken up into two disks as well as a collectors edition that comes with a Steelbook case, art book containing pages of concept art, a mini-soundtrack CD with fan-favorites from the game, as well as a Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife statue.
In addition to all of this, those who buy the Collector’s Edition will receive bonus summon Materia DLC available at launch.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Collector’s Edition will cost 330 and will be available with the standard edition of the game on March 3, 2020.