Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Release Date Revealed At Orchestra Concert
At the Final Fantasy VII: A Symphonic Reunion concert in Los Angeles, Final Fantasy VII Remake made its appearance with about a minute long trailer and announced that it would be released March 3, 2020.
Shown at the end of the concert, the trailer had shown a little more cutscenes and footage surrounding the first attack on the Mako Reactor, and the iconic game cover scene.
Heidegger speaking to President Shinra about the uprise of AVALANCHE and their recent attacks on the Mako Reactors.
Barret using is “Big Shot” attack.
Cloud using his “Cross Slash” attack on a Shinra soldier.
Last scene has Aerith in complete distress, grabbing onto Cloud. But at that moment he sees that they’re being surrounded by spectral-creatures, possibly due to Geostigma?
Tetsuya Nomura, Co-Director of the project, appeared at the end of the concert to reveal the trailer and insisted that more information was to be announced at the Square EnixE3 Conference. This reveal was back to back with the Nomura’s other project, Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind, which was revealed the night before.