Final Fantasy VII Remake Release Date Revealed in New Trailer

Joshua Bennett
June 11, 2019

The legend himself returns: Japanese composer Nobuo Uematsu is confirmed to be scoring the upcoming "Final Fantasy VII Remake".

Interestingly, the new press release for Final Fantasy VII Remake doesn't mention anything about the experience being split into multiple parts, which seems like a weird omission if it is indeed being chopped up into pieces. Well, the wait is over.

The newest trailer for the Final Fantasy VII remake has revealed the games release date. A longer version may be coming but more exciting is the promise of "further announcements" happening on June 10, 9 PM ET/6 PM PT, at Square Enix's E3 2019 conference. The reason was to keep the quality control up and maintain a decent development schedule. Regular E3 viewers will notice the time slot as one that usually belongs to Sony, which is forgoing the conference this year. It then went silent, causing fans to worry that the game developer bit off more than it could chew and would shelve the game.

Final Fantasy VII RemakeNo Preorder Bonuses No preorder bonuses have been announced yet for Final Fantasy VII, but we'll add them here if and when they are.

What music will feature in Final Fantasy VII Remake? It shows a mix of cutscenes and gameplay from the very beginning of the game.

After years of being bombarded by requests, Square Enix finally gave in and announced the one, true Remake back at E3 in 2015.

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