Square Enix revealed more details about what is expected Final Fantasy VII Rebirth During Sony’s status display today. Players were treated to a new trailer showing off more of the game’s expanded world and additional plot details.
Perhaps most notably, the trailer confirmed a February 29, 2024 release date Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. It marks the second part of Square Enix’s ambitious trilogy that recreates the classic PlayStation RPG.
The trailer featured additional appearances by fan favorites such as Vincent and Kate Syth. However, it also featured plot points that differed substantially from the original game, continuing the story changes first introduced in the highly successful game Final Fantasy VII Remake from 2020.
This has many fans speculating on how the overall plot might change in the future. With Coris Crisis Even in a re-release, some believe that the expanded role of Zach Fair could lead to more significant changes in the mythology of the franchise.
in an interview, creative director Tetsuya Nomura confirmed that core party members Cloud, Tifa, Barret, and Aerith will all return as playable. Adom XIII, a party member accompanied by Final Fantasy VII RemakeWill be a fully playable character from the start of Rebirth.
Nomura also stated that some characters seen as members of Rebirth may become official party members at the end of the trilogy.
The original party members are all in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. In the previous title, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Red XIII became a companion member in the second half of the game, but he will become an official party member and playable starting with Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.
Similarly, there are characters who accompany friends in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, who will become official party members in the next title.
In case you missed it, the first footage of the game was revealed at Summer Games Fest. Square Enix is going to ship this game on two discs, so it looks like it’s going to be a very big game.