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Detail About Battle and Midgar world Expansion 

The Midgar portion of FFVII will be its own game, with subsequent episodes to follow.

“Remaking Final Fantasy VII has allowed us to dive much deeper into the world and its characters than ever before,” said producer Yoshinori Kitase. “The game design was optimized for this title as well, and we anticipate two Blu-Ray discs’ worth of gameplay content. The first game in this project expands on the story of Midgar and is such an elaborate retelling that it’s become a solid standalone game in its own right.”

Next came a demo of the remake’s combat, which diverges from that of the original by fusing real-time action and strategic command-based combat. Every time you press square, Cloud swings his buster sword. He can also dodge and block. However, Cloud also has active time battle meters that fill on their own, but do so faster while he’s landing attacks. When the ATB meter is full, you can enter a tactical mode that slows down time and lets you choose actions from the command menu. These include abilities, items, and spells. You can bind abilities and spells to shortcuts if you want.

“The game has been made so that players can choose how they want to play,” said Kitase. “I hope players get excited about that.”

You can also switch between characters, which Square Enix demonstrated with Barret. The two battled a giant scorpion robot and a number of smaller enemies. Combat was dynamic and cinematic, with the robot leaping to different areas of the level while Cloud and Barret bantered and bickered. At one point, the two even took cover behind debris while the robot fired a giant death laser. They then proceeded to finish it off with signature moves including Cloud’s cross-slash.

Detail About Game content and  Episode 

As a reimagining of one of the most beloved video games of all time, Final Fantasy VII Remake has big shoes to fill in delivering a new take on a classic, and according to Square, it seems that this first chapter of the game will indeed be pretty hefty.

During Square Enix’s E3 2019 press conference, the company confirmed that Final Fantasy VII Remake, or at least the first portion of the game that we will be getting early next year, will ship on two Blu-ray discs when it arrives.

Specifically, it was detailed during the conference that the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake will be “a solid standalone game in its own right,” though it wasn’t quite clear just yet how many chapters/episodes that the remake will encompass in total.

Square Enix will also be offering the Deluxe Edition of Final Fantasy VII Remake, which will retail for $79.99. The Deluxe Edition will offer a hardcover art book with concept art from the game, a mini-soundtrack CD, a Cactuar Summon Materia DLC, and a special SteelBook case featuring the one and only Sephiroth.

Square Enix also revealed a second special edition of the game called the 1st Class Edition for Final Fantasy VII Remake, which includes all of the content of the Deluxe Edition alongside a Play Arts Kai-made Cloud Strife statue alongside his bike and Buster Sword. The 1st Class Edition is a whopping $329.99 and is exclusive to the Square Enix Store, but appears to be the ultimate edition of the long-awaited remake for Final Fantasy fans.

Square also noted that all pre-orders of Final Fantasy VII Remake (across any version) will also receive a special Chocobo Chick Summon Materia DLC with the game’s launch next year. Pre-orders of the digital release for the game from PlayStation Store will also include a PS4 dynamic theme featuring Cloud & Strife.

Edit: New Video and High Quality gameplay and trailer

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Final Fantasy VII Remake will release for PS4 on March 3, 2020.

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Last edited by HollyGamer - on 11 June 2019