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Final Fantasy VII Remake Release Date Set, Gameplay Shown Off

Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced a few years ago, with fans clamoring for more info from Square-Enix. At the Square-Enix E3 2019 press conference, gameplay showing off Cloud and Barret as playable characters was detailed on stage. The game features an ATB and Limit system as well as a time-slowing feature where players can strategize their next combat moves.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Gameplay

Players can switch between characters and attack in real time whenever they want. Tetsuya Nomura, the game’s director, even appeared on stage to speak about the game and announce that fans on the E3 floor could play a demo of the game. A new, extended trailer was also aired.

The game is going to be fully remade with DLC launching after the game to finish off the story. Square-Enix promises that Final Fantasy VII Remake will launch worldwide on March 3, 2020 on PlayStation 4 first.

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