Final Fantasy VII Remake Tops 5 Million Worldwide

Final Fantasy VII Remake Tops 5 Million Worldwide

Final Fantasy VII Remake is the first Square Enix PlayStation title to top 2 million digital sales worldwide, with 5 million shipments in total.

Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VII Remake now shipped over 5 million copies worldwide, digitally and physically. The game is also now the highest selling digital game Square Enix ever developed on a PlayStation platform. Final Fantasy VII Remake is currently a PlayStation 4 exclusive, and launched worldwide on April 10, 2020.

The news was shared both on the English FF7R Twitter and the Japanese one. The Japanese tweet adds more data, claiming that Final Fantasy VII Remake is the first Square Enix PlayStation title to top 2 million digital sales worldwide:

This is definitely great news for Square Enix. Personally speaking, as a gamer who focuses on Japanese games, it’s always great to see one get the sales recognition it deserves too.

As you already know, Final Fantasy 7 Remake is a new take on the PS1 JRPG from 1997, a beloved game as it was the first JRPG contact for many players around the world. This is a huge remake project by Square Enix which will span at least one more game. Tetsuya Nomura recently mentioned he’d like to launch the sequel as soon as possible, and make it even better as this first game. You can check out additional comments from the staff we translated here and here.

Be sure to check out our pretty good review of Final Fantasy VII Remake if you haven’t yet. Like many games right now, it’s also experiencing a Summer Sale. You can check out the details on the game’s official site.

The PS4 exclusivity of Final Fantasy 7 Remake will end on April 2021 and the game will be announced on PC when that happens. It’ll probably come to Xbox too but that one’s just a guess.

In related news, you can also check out our interview for the upcoming Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles remaster.

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