FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE box art revealed

Plus see lots of new screenshots from the game!
By Duncan Heaney
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We revealed a lot of new information about FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE at Tokyo Games Show (TGS) 2019, but we have just a few more things to show you.

Firstly, check out the game’s box art in North America and Europe. It depicts our hero Cloud Strife, and his iconic Buster Sword, standing in front of the Shinra Building - the headquarters of the tyrannical company that threatens the planet.

If you’re a fan it might feel a little familiar - that’s because it recreates the original North American FINAL FANTASY VII cover art!

As well as the new box art, a host of new screenshots have been released. Take a look:

Earlier in September, at TGS, FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Producer Yoshinori Kitase hosted the first look at a new boss battle – the sewer-dwelling Abzu.

Not only that, but we also revealed Classic Mode - which essentially adds an optional command-based battle system, reminiscent of the original game.

It’s just the thing for people who prefer top level strategy to moment to moment action or old-school players who prefer the combat in the original fans.

You can read all about FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE's Classic Mode here.

How do I play FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE?

You don’t have long to wait now - FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE launches for PS4 on March 3, 2020.

You can preorder the game now. As well as the Standard version, these editions are available:

FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Deluxe Edition

This edition features:

  • A Sephiroth Steelbook Case
  • A hardcover art book featuring stunning concept art
  • A Mini-Soundtrack CD
  • Summon Materia DLC that lets you summon Cactuar in game

Get Deluxe Edition


FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Digital Deluxe Edition

Available exclusively from the PlayStation Store, this edition includes:

  • A digital art book
  • A digital Mini-Soundtrack selection
  • Summon Materia DLC, allowing players to summon Carbuncle and Cactuar in the game

Preorder Digital Deluxe Edition

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michaeltrout
When will we get a PC release? Played the original on PC and we're still gaming on PC all these years later.
Mewmew34
Why can you only have one summon equipped at a time? In the original you could have as any summons as you had free materia slots. It's going to have a really negative impact on the way I set up characters.
LisieVulpes
saudade de Final Fantasy XV
RPGamer79
The Box-art is so touching and amazing. I hope it would be included with the 1st class edition
Jorge_Junon_canon
When i Saw the original box att, i was 14 and sair ALL the they long to putnout my School uniform and play hours...