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Skytree in Midgar Final Fantasy VII Remake Exclusive Video Now Available for Everyone to Watch

The Final Fantasy VII Remake event, Skytree in Midgar, closed earlier as a consequence of COVID-19 however Square Enix uploaded its exclusive video for everybody to look at.

The Tokyo Skytree Final Fantasy VII event kicked off in early February as collaboration set 450m above floor. It featured every little thing from a collaboration cafe to a life-sized reproduction of Cloud’s Buster Sword. The Premium Round Theater was one of many foremost points of interest and it’s what we’re trying out within the above video. It begins out with a have a look at scenes from the unique Final Fantasy VII which launched in January 1997 for the PlayStation.

We then get a have a look at a compilation of Final Fantasy VII  presentation, beginning with the CGI movie sequel Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children which launched in September 2005. The prequel Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII, which launched solely for cellular gadgets in Japan in September 2004, makes a short look, adopted one other prequel in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII which first launched in Japan in September 2007 for PSP. Next, the PS2 sequel, Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, first launched in January 2006. From there, we get to see Midgar and varied pictures from Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is out there for the PlayStation 4.

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