The anniversary of Final Fantasy VII brings a lot of announcements

One image shows Tifa and Aerith holding Clould's arms with confetti paper floating behind them.

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Final Fantasy VII 26 years ago today, January 31, 1997, first released in Japan. And in case you haven’t been scrolling through Twitter all day, Square Enix has announced a number of things to mark the occasion. Square E’s announcements range from neat to niche in terms of their coolness factor; here are all worth mentioning.

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Final Fantasy VII Day

Arguably today’s biggest announcement was… well, today itself. More specifically, Japan has officially recognized this year’s anniversary as Final Fantasy VII Day.

“I remember being blown away by the breakneck speed at which video game technology was advancing, but also dreaming of big things for the future,” Yoshinori Kitasi, the game’s director, wrote in a statement. “With the establishment of this official anniversary day, I will always remember these things and hold them very dear.”

Whether you get away with it or not call for work Celebrating this holiest of occasions is between you and your employers.

Cloud and Sephiroth playlists

If you’re a fan of curated playlists for your favorite anime husbands, Square Enix has you covered with their own Spotify playlists for Cloud and Sephiroth. Before you get too excited, the songs in these playlists don’t have naughty Pinterest-esque mood board music to match their personality. They mainly consist of their respective themes from the game’s original soundtrack. Regardless, Cloud and Sephiroth’s playlists serve as a good base to which to add bops to create your own feather-haired mixtape.

Power Wash Simulator crossing

The most bizarre announcement to emerge from Square E’s shotgun spread approach to celebrating its figurehead’s birthday was news of an upcoming crossover between Final Fantasy VII and the surprisingly delightful and satisfying Power Wash Simulator. Dubbed the Midgar Special Pack, the collaboration will have players scouring the dirt from sectors Final Fantasy VII. FFVII won’t be the only Square Enix game included in one power wash extension, though. The developers of FuturLab also released one Tomb Raider Pack in which players are tasked with scrubbing Croft Manor until it shines and looks new.

Lego collaboration

Square E’s latest cool announcement has an audience participation aspect to it. FFVII will have a Lego collaboration, and fans will be able to vote on which iconic scene will be immortalized in the injured blocks. The four options people can choose from are Cloud and Tifa sitting on the water tower in Nibelheim, Aerith’s house, the church in the Sector 5 slums and Cloud’s iconic Honey Bee dance scene. Fans can vote on which scene they want to build out of Lego Here. Do the right thing and vote for the Honey Bee Inn. Aerith would thank you.

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When are the new games coming out?

With reference to final fantasy Games on the horizon, the game of Thrones– esk Final Fantasy XVI is scheduled for release on June 23 for PlayStation 5 and PC. The next edition of FFVII remake saga, Final Fantasy VII RebirthComing to PlayStation 5 this winter. The anniversary of Final Fantasy VII brings a lot of announcements

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