Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII Remake – Aerith Trailer, Wallpapers

More wallpapers and a new trailer arrived today for the Final Fantasy VII Remake, this time of flower-seller turned adventuress, Aerith Gainsborough.

A tweet from the game’s official Twitter account announced the arrival of Aerith’s trailer and wallpapers, as well as a set of four avatars for forums and the PlayStation network.

This marks the fourth set of wallpapers and avatars, with previous releases for Cloud, Barret, and Tifa. With the original four characters that meet at the beginning of the game finally complete, there remains one question. Where are Red XIII’s wallpapers and trailer? Players encounter Red XIII close to the beginning of the game, before they leave Midgar behind, and he serves as a member of the main party throughout the majority of the game. Since the website only seems to have room for the four characters already revealed, perhaps Red XIII somehow didn’t make the cut for this kind of extra effort, despite his status as a fan-favorite character.

In other Final Fantasy VII Remake news, players who pre-order the game from select retailers will earn themselves some extra goodies such as Shinra keycards, double-sided art cards, Sephiroth-centric PSN themes, and metallic stickers. In addition, fans who love the music of Final Fantasy VII can purchase a double-issue vinyl set featuring music from the original score and the remastered version, with each disc featuring gorgeous artwork of Sephiroth and Cloud.

The Final Fantasy VII remake is scheduled for release March 3, 2020 and will remain a PlayStation exclusive title for an entire year after launch. It’s assumed that after that time, a version of the game will launch for Xbox and PC, at the very least.

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