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Final Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview Heading Westward in September, trailer and other details that you need to know!

By Anisha Jain

Back with the remake of Final Fantasy 7 (in 1997), the pleas of the diehard fans have finally been answered! After a successful foundation and launch of the 1997 version, Final Fantasy 7 Remake is back to turn the gaming world upside down with updated storyline and virtual experience.


Developed and published by Square Enix, Final Fantasy VII Remake is an upcoming action role-playing game developed, which is a cross-generation release. The game is the best JRPG title and introduced millions of gamers around the world to the genre. The developer intends to release the game as a multi-part series with the first entry scheduled for release for the PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020, with timed exclusivity for one year.

The storyline revolves around the battle between mercenary Cloud Strife and his eco-terrorist group AVALANCHE and the Shinra Megacorporation to prevent the planet’s life essence from being used as an energy source. With such an amazing virtual bite, the game has created a commotion upon the announcement that Square Enix will be releasing Final Fantasy VII World Preview outside of Japan. The localization has been confirmed, and it has a September 8, 2020 release window.


The production of the game had begun from 2014, which followed a troubling development. Post its reveal in E3 2015; there have been many significant updates. It was also marked by a cinematic trailer that riled up the gamers. Multiple containers have followed ever since bringing us to the present where the release date has been finally and officially announced.

Owing to the pandemic of COVID-19, there may be some distribution glitch of the game, but there haven’t been any updates regarding changing of global release dates so far. Despite the delay, we are firmly on the hype train for Final Fantasy 7 Remake. We’ve now seen the game a half-dozen times in trailers – and even got hands-on time at Gamescom 2019 and E3 2019 but are entirely rest assured about many fresh updates.

Final Fantasy VII World Preview will be available digitally and physically. Digital copies will be $16.99. If someone goes with a digital copy, the 128-page hardcover book will cost $24.99. The game will be available on PlayStation 4 and can be seen in other gaming platforms in 2021. With that said, let the countdown begin.

Anisha Jain