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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth’s English and Japanese Trailers Show Off Sephiroth

The Final Fantasy VII Remake project’s second game, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, is scheduled to come out on February 29, or “Leap Day.” Ahead of this, two versions of the same one-minute trailer have been released. One is in English, and the other is in Japanese (sans subtitles). The trailer concentrates on the villain Sephiroth.

Here is the English version.

Here is the Japanese version.

The game will be playable on PlayStation 5 and will consist of two discs. In addition to that, you could potentially get a “twin pack” bundle to take home Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.

Square Enix gave this description for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth:

After escaping from the dystopian city of Midgar, Cloud and his friends set out on a journey across the planet. New adventures await in a vibrant and vast world – sprint across grassy plains on a Chocobo and explore expansive environments.

This release comes almost four years after Final Fantasy VII Remake, which hit the market in April 2020, following a short delay. PlayStation gave this description for it:

A modern reimagining of one of the most iconic games of all time, Final Fantasy VII Remake harnesses the very latest technology to recreate and expand Square Enix’s legendary RPG adventure for the current generation.

Set in a post-industrial fantasy world that has fallen under the control of the shadowy Shinra Electric Power Company, take on the role of Cloud Strife – a mercenary and former member of Shinra’s elite SOLDIER unit – and team up with anti-Shinra organization Avalanche as they step-up their resistance.

Visit one of gaming’s most-beloved worlds with a level of depth and detail only possible in the modern age. Connect with unforgettable characters, engage in incredible battles, and experience a story that captivated a generation.

Source: ANN


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