Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo Is Out Now

After leaking beforehand this 12 months, the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo is now formally out. You can download it from the PlayStation Store without cost.

The retailer description states that the demo encompasses the primary chapter of the sport, which incorporates the now memorable Mako Reactor 1 bombing run that introduces Cloud to the Avalanche eco-terrorist group, and lots of of Final Fantasy VII’s principal characters.

It additionally ends with the Guard Scorpion battle, nevertheless it’s not clear but if this primary boss battle will likely be included within the demo. The description additionally notes that your progress won’t carry over into the ultimate game–which launches on April 10–and that some content material could differ from the ultimate product.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake demo leaked in January, and allowed knowledge miners to uncover quite a few particulars concerning the sport that hadn’t but been revealed. This remake was initially meant to launch this month, however was delayed to the beginning of April for added sharpening time. We just lately bought hands-on time with the first three hours of the anticipated remake, which included new appears on the action-orientated fight and companion talents in a saga that Square Enix wants to continue for generations.

Now Playing: Final Fantasy 7 Remake – Official Opening Movie

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