Final Fantasy 7 Remake Box Art Revealed

  • Playstation 4
  • RPG
Take a new look at what's coming.
Take a new look at what's coming. Square Enix

Final Fantasy 7 Remake officially released its latest box art for the North American release. Square Enix also gave a peek at new screenshots along with character renders, giving a deeper look at how players can explore Midgar and fight Shinra Corporation.

A gameplay video was released as well that shows Cloud, Tifa, and Aerith going at it against Abzu. You can view that fight below:

Talking about the box art, it brings to mind the North American cover of the original game. It shows Cloud Strife carrying his iconic buster sword looking at the headquarters of the shadowy enemy he has agreed to bring down.

NA Package Art.
NA Package Art. Square Enix

It's not all box art though, as Square Enix was kind enough to give everyone a taste of what's coming with screenshots and character renders. The screenshots show more about the Sector 7 Slums along with the Seventh Heaven bar. It also shows characters like Cloud, Tifa, Barret, and Aerith in battle.

Screenshot of battle.
Screenshot of battle. Square Enix

As mentioned, we also get a preview of some of the character renders.

Tifa character render.
Tifa character render. Square Enix

Final Fantasy 7 Remake reimagines the iconic game the redefined the RPG genre and lets you dive even deeper into the world and its characters. The game is set in the city of Midgar and is developed to be a fully standalone gaming experience in order to serve as an excellent starting point to the series.

This new version of Final Fantasy 7 is all set to excite players both old and new, especially with its hybrid battle system. What this does is offer real-time action and combines it with strategic command-based combat. Old-school players that want to focus mainly on battle strategy can opt for the "Classic Mode," which comes with a gameplay style that is similar to the original game.

Players can now pre-order the Deluxe Edition. It contains a hardback art book that features stunning concept art and even a soundtrack selection CD. Included as well is the Summon Materia DLC, which lets players summon Cactuar in game. Finally this edition also has the Sephiroth SteelBook Case.

There is also the Digital Deluxe Edition, which comes with a digital art book, a digital soundtrack, and Summon Materia DLC. This version not only includes a summon Cactuar, but also Carbuncle.

Further, players who pre-order any version of the game will receive the Chocobo Chick Summon Materia DLC at launch. Those who pre-order any digital edition from the PlayStation Store also receives the Cloud & Sephiroth Dynamic Theme for the PlayStation 4.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake is set to be released for the PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020.

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