Home News Final Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview Heading Westward in September

Final Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview Heading Westward in September

People worldwide are going to get an opportunity to take pleasure in further Final Fantasy VII supplemental supplies. Square Enix introduced it is going to be releasing Final Fantasy VII World Preview outdoors of Japan. The localization has been confirmed and it has a September 8, 2020 launch window.

Final Fantasy VII World Preview debuted in Japan on March 19, 2020. The objective is to assist folks higher perceive the folks you’ll see, like acquainted faces like Cloud, Aerith, and Tifa. It additionally helps clarify insights about areas, like Wall Market. As the official product web page for it notes, Director Tetsuya Nomura and Producer Yoshinori Kitase each penned its introduction. Also, it even has a brief story from Kazushige Nojima inside. Nojima labored on the state of affairs for the sport and wrote the Final Fantasy VII brief tales in On the Way to a Smile.

Final Fantasy VII World Preview shall be accessible digitally and bodily. Digital copies shall be $16.99. If somebody goes with a digital copy, the 128-page hardcover guide will value $24.99. Going with a digital copy is likely to be wisest, within the occasion the identical delivery delays affecting issues just like the Final Fantasy VII physical copies hit this launch.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will come to the PlayStation four on April 10, 2020, although folks won’t discover bodily copies on that exact date. Final Fantasy VII World Preview shall be launched on September 8, 2020.

Must Read

Final Fantasy 7’s long-awaited return, and other highlights from this week on Speedrun

After months of planning, scripting, and shooting — and editing magic I don’t fully understand — Polygon has itself a TV show. You can watch new episodes every weekday at 12 p.m. ET, and all five episodes of our debut week, right here on Quibi.

Dordogne, a watercolor adventure for PC and Switch, looks unreal

I'm here for these carefree summer vibes It's way too early to be making this call, but screw it: Dordogne might be the prettiest game of 2021.

Dead Island 2 looking for resurrection on next gen platforms

New job listing points to future release It's been six years since PlayStation took to the stage at E3 2014 and debuted an (excellent) teaser trailer for zombie-smasher Dead Island 2. Since then, the sequel to Techland's clunky 2011 open-world shooter has been mired in development hell and, while never quite dead and buried, has repeatedly struggled to gain ground on its marathon journey to realisation. Dambuster Studios, who picked up the project from previous developer Sumo Digital, (who themselves took over from previous developer Yager), has recently posted a brand new job opening for the project. Openly referencing Dead Island 2 in the post, Dambuster are looking for an Art Director to help design a game for "current and future platforms", suggesting that Dead Island 2 will more than likely be arriving on next-gen consoles.

Final Fantasy VII Remake producer has a message for the fans

There ain't no getting off of this train Today can be considered "a happening". After many years of requests, speculation, and development, Final Fantasy VII - considered by many to be one of the greatest video games of all time - is ready to make its grand return, revisioned for a whole new generation of players and technology. As those of you who've been watching the Inside... documentary series will know, Final Fantasy VII Remake has been an intense and passionate labour of love for its development team, given the unenviable task of recreating its memorable characters and beautiful, beloved universe for a modern audience. But today, fans old and new can finally return to Midgar, and hopefully fall in love with this classic adventure all over again. For those of you who have waited for this release with baited breath, I sincerely hope Final Fantasy VII Remake is everything you hoped it would be. It can't be denied that we're living in some troubled times right now, but I hope FFVII can submerge you in its enduring spirit of timeless adventure. Producer Yoshinori Kitase has recorded a short message for fans, which you can check out below. Final Fantasy VII Remake is available now on PS4.

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows adds DLC character Suiryu today, Lightning Max coming soon

Super Fight champion joins the battle Bandai Namco has revealed the next hapless fighter pointlessly preparing to take on Saitama in fighting title One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows. Expert martial arts champion Suiryu will be joining the game's roster today as a paid DLC character. Master of the devastating Void Fist, Suiryu has already proven his mettle, having won the Super Fight tournament a record five times. Disinterested with the structure and discipline of the Hero Association, Suiryu is more of a wanderer, simply out to engage in combat with the greatest fighters in the universe.