Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake – Demo Available Soon

An image for a demo version of the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake has popped up on the game tracker website, Gamstat.

Gamstat collects information directly from the PlayStation Network API, which means gamers can be assured that the demo version of the game is, indeed, real, and will, indeed, be available for them to play at some time in the near future.

The addition of the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo was first noticed by Twitter user @Renka_schedule.

A ResetEra thread contained a Google translation version of the above tweet, which reads: “A trial version of PS4 “Final Fantasy VII Remake” will be available soon on the PS Store. Previously, before the announcement Resident Evil RE :3 Posted on the PS store information collection site where the image was posted. It is listed as distribution in Asia, America and Europe other than Japan and Japan.”

Internet speculation posits that this demo version may be the same demo version that was available for play at this year’s E3 conference.

In other Final Fantasy VII Remake news, Square Enix has released a series of wallpapers and trailers for each of the four main characters in the game’s first chapter, along with a set of forum and PSN avatars. Wallpapers are available for Cloud, Tifa, Aerith, and Barret—with Red XIII notably absent.

Earlier this month, Cloud received a special trailer of his own,  along with the announcement of some pre-order bonuses from select retailers. In addition, gamers who love the soundtrack of Final Fantasy VII can purchase an awesome double vinyl set that features iconic artwork of both Cloud and Sephiroth.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is due to launch on March 3, 2020, and will remain a PlayStation exclusive title for exactly one year before migrating to other platforms.

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