Final Fantasy 7 Remake release date set for early 2020

Yolanda Curtis
June 10, 2019

Square are book-ending the E3 conferences tomorrow with their own presser around lunch time.

The "Final Fantasy VII" remake finally has a release date, and it's coming sooner than anticipated, as revealed during the "Final Fantasy VII" A Symphonic Reunion concert on Sunday night.

Usually an announcement of this size would be reserved for Sony's keynote that's typically held on the Monday of E3 - but, because Sony isn't at this year's show, Square Enix has taken it upon themselves to break the news.

The release date was preceded by a new trailer, which you can see above. And based on a new trailer, that date looks to me 3 March 2020. We should get more FF7 gameplay then. With stunning graphics, especially compared to the original's notoriously goofy models, and fluid animation, Final Fantasy VII Remake is looking more and more like it was worth the wait. The major difference from the original that is shown in the trailer is towards the end, where Aerith grabs hold of Clouds hand as a unusual black entity envelops them. This has changed recently, as Square Enix has been delivering more information and even providing glimpses at how the game looks and plays.

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