During September’s Playstation State of Play, the last big announcement from this showcase was Square Enix’s big anticipation remake of Final Fantasy 7. The first part of the game came out on April of 2020, now with nearly three and a half years after the initial PS4 game and a new home console, Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is coming out on February 29th 2024. Here’s what to expect.

The Length of the game

It is expected for this game to be part of the second disc of the PS1 original release. It is expected to visit areas like The Great Glacier, Junon, Mideel and more. The average of this game will be about 15-20 hours, maybe 25+ for grinding and side quests.

Honestly, I just want to play as Cloud on a Segway.

The next big thing is that just like Final Fantasy 7 on PS4, the game will be on two discs, however, the game is speculated to be in two parts not a download disc and content disc. Normally modern gaming do not require multiple discs, but this might be a first for this generation.

The gameplay and combat still looks amazing and looks like a little untouched (which is good) from the first part of remake. We get to see the different party members in action.

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Pre-Order Bonuses

There are multiple pre-order editions that you can order right now.

Standard Edition (MSRP $69.99)

  • Base game on Two Discs

Deluxe Edition (MSRP $99.99)

  • Base Game on Two Discs
  • Steelbook Case
  • Mini Soundtrack CD
  • Hardback Artbook

Collectors Edition (Exclusive to Square Enix) (MSRP $349.99)

  • Base Game on Two Discs
  • Everything from the Deluxe Edition
  • 19-Inches of Sephiroth
  • Bonus DLC

Pre-Order Bonuses

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth releases on Feb. 29th 2024. Keep up with Strangely Awesome Games for more information.

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