A lot of the newer footage sees some of the sillier moments from the original Final Fantasy VII players were worried would be missing, like visiting the Honey Bee and fighting a house. However, the footage above also reveals some entirely new moments that are original to the game. As such, if you plan on going into the game as blind as possible to the updated additions, you may not want to watch the final trailer. The company itself has stated it contains “a number of jaw-dropping reveals and glimpses at scenes from throughout the full game.”
Square Enix is also letting fans preload the 10 gig Final Fantasy VII Remake starting today due to its size and resulting surge of internet bandwidth due to coronavirus.
“We know that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and many people having to stay at home, some of you may be experiencing extra pressure on your internet bandwidth,” said the game’s producer, Yoshinori Kitase, in a news release. “We wanted to give all our fans some extra time to download the game.”
Check out the final trailer above and play Final Fantasy VII Remake in full April 10. If you’ve preordered a physical copy, however, you may not get your hands on the game for a while.
In other entertainment news, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare‘s multiplayer is free to play this weekend.
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