Finally, Final Fantasy VII Remake‘s final trailer has been released. As expected, the game will be exclusive on the PS4 for a year.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is a project published by Square Enix in 2015. This is a remake of the PlayStation game in 1997, Final Fantasy VII, retelling the original story of mercenary Cloud Strife when he and the terrorist group AVALANCHE against the corporation of Shinra, and Shinra’s veteran Sephiroth.
Unlike the original version that appeared more than 20 years ago, the gameplay of Final Fantasy VII Remake gives you an interesting combination of role-playing action and turn-based combat.
The standard battle system for FF7 Remake will allow you to attack in real-time to earn points for the ATB (Active Time Battle) bar. After the ATB bar is full, you can pause the action to perform special attacks and utilize magic items. In another game mode of the game, normal attacks will be automated until the ATB is full. You will not have to worry about the real-time action anymore, instead, the task is to issue the commands to use the appropriate skills to create the best effect (similar to a traditional role-playing game).
Square Enix is also letting fans preload the 10 gig Final Fantasy VII Remake starting today due to its size and the resulting surge of internet bandwidth due to coronavirus.
“We know that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and many people having to stay at home, some of you may be experiencing extra pressure on your internet bandwidth,” said the game’s producer, Yoshinori Kitase, in a news release. “We wanted to give all our fans some extra time to download the game.”
Accordingly, the game will be released on April 10, 2020, exclusively on the PS4 platform (for 1 year).