A modern version of one of the most iconic games of all time, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, puts to work the latest technology to recreate and extend the legendary RPG adventure from Square Enix to the benefit of the current generation.
The action of Final Fantasy 7
The action takes place in a post-industrial fantasy universe, under the control of a questionable company, Shinra Electric Power Company. Enter the role of Cloud Strife, a mercenary and former member of Shinra’s elite troop unit – and team with the increasingly active anti-Sinra Avalanche organization.
Visit one of the most beloved gaming worlds. Until recently, you couldn’t even see it in such detail. It renews ties with unforgettable characters, enters into incredible battles, and lives the story that has fascinated an entire generation.
Final Fantasy 7 releases
The International version of Final Fantasy 7 was released on PlayStation Network (PSN) as a PS One Classic in Japan on April 10, 2009. This version was compatible with both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable with support for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV coming later. Final Fantasy 7 was later released as a PS One Classic in North America, Europe, and Australia on June 2.
The PC version was updated for use on modern operating systems and released via Square Enix’s North American and European online stores on August 14, 2012. It included high-resolution support, cloud saves, achievements, and a character booster. It would later be released via Steam on July 4, 2013, replacing the version available on Square Enix’s North American and European online stores.
The PC version would be released in Japan for the first time on May 16, 2013, exclusively via Square Enix’s Japanese online store with the International version title. It has unavailable features in the western version, including high-speed mode, no random encounters mode, and a max stats command.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is the most sought-after games, according to Famitsu
As per Famitsu charts, Final Fantasy 7 Remake is the ‘king.’ Here are the top 5 most-expected games, according to Famitsu:
- [PS4] Final Fantasy 7 Remake – 1,956 votes
- [PS4] Tales of Arise – 878 votes
- [NSW] Animal Crossing: New Horizons – 765 votes
- [PS4] Resident Evil 3 – 588 votes
- [PS4] Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers – 549 votes
The releasing date for Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be in March 2020.