Final Fantasy VII Remake Gets Official Wallpaper of Hero Cloud Strife
Free Final Fantasy VII Remake Wallpaper? Yes please.
Whether you play Japanese Role Playing Games or not, Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII is one of the most iconic characters in all of gaming and arguably the most well known in his genre. With his well renown buster sword, he will cut down anything in his path. For those who are fans of Cloud or those who are anticipating to play experience the game for the first time in the upcoming remake can now show off their hype with new official wallpaper.
An announcement for the backgrounds went along with a short video featuring the titular hero on Twitter. The design is simple yet sleek to the point where I have set it as my own wallpaper for my PC with it being my most anticipated title next year. If you’re also interested, you can download the art on the official website for Final Fantasy VII Remake in a variety of different dimensions that suit your needs as well as options for mobile devices. In the future there will also be wallpapers available for other beloved characters including Barret Wallace, Tifa Lockhart, and Aerith Gainsborough, but when that will specifically be we do not know.
We went hands-on with Final Fantasy VII Remake at E3 earlier this year and it has huge potential with a massive Midgar full of exploration. The Final Fantasy franchise is known for having hours upon hours worth of gameplay for fans to enjoy and it seems that VII’s remake will not be any different. So for those that are worried about part two coming out ten years from now, there is little to worry especially because we know the second half is already in development. Even so, with all the production value Square Enix looks to be putting into the project, they can take all the time they need.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is set to release on March 3, 2020, exclusively on PlayStation 4. You can currently pre-order the game on Amazon.
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