E3 2015: Final Fantasy VII Remake Officially Announced

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Final Fantasy VII has had numerous remake rumors, the most recent of which came about yesterday. This time, though, after a well-received tech demo for the PS3 came about nearly a decade ago, a remake of Final Fantasy VII is finally happening. It was revealed at Sony’s E3 2015 conference that Square Enix is officially remaking the game. Sony showed off a great trailer for the Final Fantasy VII remake, which showcased the HD upgrades featured throughout, and also provided a brief introduction to the game’s classic story.

It was also revealed that the remake of Final Fantasy VII will be hitting the PS4 first, contrary to previous rumors that stated it was a PS4 exclusive. Neither a list of other consoles nor a release date were announced. You can check out the trailer below.

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