Final Fantasy VII Remake Gameplay Trailer Revealed At State Of Play

Final Fantasy VII Remake gameplay trailer reassures fans it’s all real

State of Play: Final Fantasy VII Remake Returns with New Gameplay, More to Come at E3

Legendary symbols of light and dark return in Square Enix's hugely ambitious project.

It's been nearly four years since we last heard Square Enix talk about the Final Fantasy VII remake, and it's fine if the title had slipped out of your mind. To cap of Sony's "State of Play" livestream on Thursday, Square Enix finally showed off a minute of footage of the remake, which was first announced at E3 2015. In other words, expect each to be its own, full game release. Are many of you looking forward to Final Fantasy VII Remake?

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Square Enix have promised more will be shown of the game in June, nearly certainly at E3. While the original featured turn-based battles, the remake uses a system similar to the one found in "Dissidia Final Fantasy". Through a rapid-fire barrage, Tifa, Cloud, and Barret are seen wiping out the series' usual types of fantasy/sci-fi creatures, and we even get a peek at what appears to be Cloud's Cross Slash Limit Break before a familiar antagonist steps into the frame. Since he's arguably the most popular villain in video game history, though, it makes sense that for the remake, the developers want him to make his grand entrance earlier, rather than have him possibly be absent for the entire first game.

More information on how it will be spread out and the contents of each release will be provided at a later date.

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