Final Fantasy VII Remake Gets New Screenshots Including Red XIII

Final Fantasy VII Remake Gets New Screenshots Including Red XIII

A heap ton of new delicious Final Fantasy VII Remake screenshots is now available for you to feast your eyes on.

Leading up to the launch of the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake, Square Enix has released its latest batch of screenshots for the game. Included in the gallery are official character model shots of party member Red XIII, Shinra’s Director of Research and Development Hojo along with three of the game’s summons, Chocobo, Carbuncle, and Cactuar. Tifa also shares the spotlight showing off her hard-hitting punches and kicks making her seem like a unique and tactical character to use in combat.

For the first time ever we get a small glimpse into what the side quests are going to look like in Final Fantasy VII Remake. According to Square Enix over on the PlayStation blog, Cloud and friends will be asked to complete different tasks which can vary from “taking out troublesome monsters to finding lost cats,” just to name a few. Additionally, there will be a young boy that will ask for help in Materia Research and Development which will reward Cloud with buying new materia.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake continues to impress and I still think that it will be the biggest push forward for the JRPG genre in a very long time. It is absolutely stunning across the board and based on the trailers they seem to be nailing all the story beats that I’m sure a lot of Final Fantasy VII fans were worried about. The game is available for pre-order on Amazon and is set to release on April 10 exclusively for PlayStation 4. Be sure to pre-order the Deluxe Edition if you want to pick up the Chocobo and Cactuar summons because as of now that is the only way you will be able to access them.


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