Today was a good day for final fantasy fans. The new trailer for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was revealed during today’s Summer Game Fest and it finally shows us more of what Square Enix has in store for the second chapter of its reimagining of an iconic game, and it features some crazy curve balls.
The Summer Game Fest closed the show with a bang. After a year of waiting Final Fantasy VII Fans got a very in-depth look at the sequel to the remake, from hybrid action combat to familiar scenes recreated with stunning new visuals. Square Enix has confirmed that rebirth will arrive in early 2024 and will be large enough to require two discs. Considering that the game will take players all the way to the infamous Nibelheim Incident, fans seem to be in for a treat. (And hey, finally the original Final Fantasy 7 on the PS1 it was on three discs, so just convert that into these history-making footsteps.)
See the new trailer for yourself:
The part that will ring in players’ ears for months to come was a cryptic message from Sephiroth when Tifa is knocked out in the Mako Reactor. In the original game, Cloud’s childhood kickboxing friend survives the encounter, but the remake is all about trying out what-ifs and alternate scenarios rebirth seems to go all out by implying that Tifa could actually die or maybe even be reborn as a version of Jenova, the alien life-form that threatens the planet throughout the game.
While Final Fantasy VII‘S Square Enix confirmed that the 2022 25th Anniversary Livestream will take place in 2020 Final Fantasy VII Remake was the first of a trilogy of gameswith the baptism of the second part of the franchise rebirth.
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part one of this trilogy, Final Fantasy VII Remake, wasn’t afraid to mess with the timeline of OG RPG events. During the end of reissue Many people scratched their heads in confusion as to how it might go from there, the opening moments of FFVII rebirthThe First Look trailer sent fans into orbit with scenes of Cloud and Sephiroth frolicking in the forest and a shot of Gongaga’s favorite son guiding Cloud to safety.
Final Fantasy VII reissue and its sequels differ markedly from mere remasters as they include new story elements that expand on the original 1997 plot and the many side stories told in games like Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII over the years. As a result, fans have long speculated as to what this new addition to the story could mean for the fate of certain characters.
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The third part of FFVII Remake The currently untitled trilogy will be released in the future.
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