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Final Fantasy VII Remake Theme Song Trailer Revealed

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Square Enix has released the newest Final Fantasy VII Remake trailer today, called Theme Song Trailer, the almost four-minute footage goes through some pivotal scenes of the story, from Cloud deciding to be a SOLDIER, to a confrontation between Cloud and Sephirot. Some spoilers are present, and gameplay footage it’s also featured. Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Theme Song “Hollow” will be heard in the background of the trailer.

Take a look at the FFVII Remake Theme Song Trailer here:

Nobuo Uematsu’s vision has returned to Square Enix, the official theme song of Final Fantasy VII Remake ‘Hollow’ is produced by the legendary composer. A new video that was also released today, showcases the behind the scenes at the recording of the theme song. It features the performance of the singer of Survive Said The Prophet, Yosh.

It was also announced that, The Final Fantasy VII Remake Orchestra World Tour will start in Los Angeles on June 14, 2020. The tour will end in Tokyo on February 13 2021.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will launch on PS4 on April 10, 2020. It’s a one year exclusive, this means that Xbox One and PC fans will be able to get the game after the exclusive deal with Sony ends.

In the FFVII Remake Theme Song Trailer there are some cringe-inducing footage, Cloud Strife dressed as woman, but there is some background on why this scene is revealed in the trailer. According to reports from Kotaku back in 2015, Square Enix’s Designer and Producer said that the scene would remain untouched. “Please look forward to it.”

Square Enix has included this scene in the Theme Song Trailer as a confirmation that, FFVII Remake will feature even the silliest scenes from the actual game.

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