Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo Released On PS4

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Released On PS4
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The demo for the Final Fantasy VII remake is currently live on the PlayStation Store. If you're on a PS4, you can access it by simply downloading the demo from the store. This is exciting news for the fans of the remake of the most acclaimed Final Fantasy game. The demo went live at 2:00 a.m. EDT, and it was announced via the official Twitter account for FFVII Remake. Since then, the tweet has gained over 30,000 likes and 13,000 retweets.

The announcement also includes a short trailer that showcases the game’s protagonist, Cloud Strife, arriving in the industrial city of Midgar. Cloud is also joined by various characters, including Barrett.

Final Fantasy VII remake was set to be released on March 3, but Square Enix delayed it until April 10 to polish the game up a bit.

The demo for Final Fantasy VII remake comes in at about 7.5GB, and includes the first chapter of the game, which involves the first boss fight against the Scorpion Guard. The demo also gives players the first chance at getting familiar with the game’s mechanics and features. The remake has completely redesigned and reworked the battle system, soundtrack, camera angles, and, of course, the controls.

By now, your YouTube recommendations might be already flooded with footage showcasing the game’s demo, but we recommend that you try it for yourself. For all long-time Final Fantasy fans out there, you will once again gain control of Cloud and Barrett for the first time in over 23 years. How cool is that!?

Unsurprisingly, this is one of the incredible moments for all Final Fantasy fans out there, both veterans and newcomers. The game is set to launch next month, but PS4 gamers have the chance to try out the game on their home consoles. The game has already gathered enough attention to attract newcomers and I am very excited for new gamers to experience Final Fantasy games for the first time.

If you’re wondering, the original Final Fantasy VII was released for the PlayStation in 1997. The game was universally acclaimed, with some critics even calling it the best game of all time. I am hoping the remake also garners similar acclaim.

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