Final Fantasy VII Rebirth has a new trailer and a February release date. To close a fairly quiet State of Play, Sony knew it had to bring out its big guns. That’s how it happened… with Sister Ray.
Junon’s massive weapon was just one of the many new glimpses of the open world we got with FFVII RebirthThe new trailer. We also got our first look at Cosmo Canyon and Gold Saucer, and Cait Sith finally makes an appearance.
While FFVII Remake and Renaissance differ significantly from the story set out in the original Final Fantasy VII, Renaissance It looks like many of the side activities that made escaping Midgar possible will still be added. FFVIIThe first album is very great. The clouds travel along the Costa del Sol on a Segway; he is playing fighting games in the Gold Saucer arcade. He’s also racing chocobos while completely ignoring Cosmo Canyon in the distance. Speaking of chocobos, I was really happy to see all the different colored chocobos wandering around the world map climbing mountains and crossing water just like they did in the original.
Renaissance It offers a great dose of nostalgia, but I think it will also take the game in a totally new direction, just like the first one. We’ll discover all the wacky and extravagant twists Square Enix has in store when Final Fantasy VII Rebirth arrives on PS5 on February 29. And if you buy a physical copy, the game will span two discs.