Final Fantasy VII Remake pushed back to April

Apparently, it’s like the old saying goes – “Good things come to those who wait.” Square Enix has announced that the Final Fantasy VII Remake game will not be released on its intended date of March 3. Instead, it will be delayed by a month, launching on April 10. Producer Yoshinori Kitase said the reason for the delay is to “ensure we deliver a game that is in-line with our vision, and the quality that our fans who have been waiting for deserve.” The development team wants to put the “final polish” on the game. We waited more than a decade for this, what’s another month. The game was intended to be a PlayStation exclusive until March 2021. No word on whether this date has also been affected.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will have Deluxe, Digital Deluxe, and 1st Class Editions. The Deluxe Edition contains an art book, a mini-soundtrack CD, and a DLC Materia for Cactuar. The Digital Deluxe Edition contains a digital art book, a digital mini-soundtrack CD, and a DLC Materia for Carbuncle and Cactuar. The 1st Class Edition includes all the content from the Deluxe Edition, a DLC Materia for Carbuncle, as well as a Play Arts Kai figure named “Cloud Strife and Hardy Daytona.” People who pre-order the game will receive a DLC Materia for Chocobo Chick. Digital pre-orders will also include a theme for the PS4 menu.

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Source: Square Enix, Final Fantasy VII Remake Twitter account