Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Has Reportedly Sold Less Than Remake in the Same Time Frame

According to a recent statement by Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is currently underperforming when compared to Final Fantasy VII Remake. Ahmad cites research reports and sales tracking data. He added that it is currently selling about half of what Remake sold in the same timeframe, and “it’ll have a weaker tail.” The actual sales numbers have yet to be revealed, so its yet to be seen how well the title has actually been performed. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth launched on February 25 and is available now for PlayStation 5. According to new information from interviews published on the Final Fantasy VII Remake Ultimania Book, the story for the third part of the Final Fantasy VII Remake “has already been completed.”

The game’s details:

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is the second entry in the Final Fantasy VII remake project, which retells the story of the iconic fantasy game that redefined the RPG genre in three distinct games.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth picks up with iconic heroes Cloud, Barret, Tifa, Aerith and Red XIII after they escape from the dystopian city Midgar and sees them embark on a journey in pursuit of Sephiroth, the vengeful swordsman from Cloud’s past who was thought to be dead.

In this standalone adventure, players will explore an expansive world, all brought to life with a new level of graphical fidelity, developed specifically to leverage the power of the PlayStation 5 console.

As players unravel a gripping narrative rich with mysteries to uncover, they will also witness the personal journey of each party member and strengthen their bonds to work together and face off against powerful enemies.

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