Final Fantasy 7 Remake demo may arrive on PS4 in March
It looks like we could be getting our eager little hands on a demo version of Square Enix's much-anticipated RPG, Final Fantasy 7 Remake , just in time for the title's launch.
According to a report on GameSpot that went live earlier this week, PlayStation 4 players can expect to get their hands on a Final Fantasy 7 Remake demo on March 3.
We've seen whispers about a demo for the full-scale Remake suggested before, but there wasn't an awful lot of evidence to back it up.
Though Square Enix hasn't really said anything about when we can expect the demo, the GameSpot report suggests fans can expect the demo to go live on the full game's launch day.
"A Final Fantasy VII Remake demo is scheduled for March 3 on PS4," reports GameSpot.
"Due to a recent leak, a ton of details are emerging around the game, so if you don’t want to get spoiled, we highly encouraged staying away from anything remotely related to the demo."
If the report proves to be true, we think it's a pretty smart idea – seeing Square Enix launch a demo on the same day the game releases will allow the company to capitalise on the hype generated from the launch, whilst simultaneously showing unconvinced players what the title has to offer.
What is Final Fantasy 7 Remake?
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is a reimagining of the iconic original game that re-defined the RPG genre, diving deeper into the world and its characters than ever before.
The first game in this project will be set in the eclectic city of Midgar and presents a fully standalone gaming experience, providing a great starting point to the series that dives deeper into the events occurring in Midgar than the original game.
Along with unforgettable characters and a powerful story, Final Fantasy 7 Remake features a hybrid battle system that merges real-time action with strategic, command-based combat.
At the time of writing it's as yet unknown what section of the game will be playable.
However, we would imagine that players will be able to experience the same cross section of gameplay available at E3 2019 and the various gaming events in the second half of 2019.
For those unaware, this was the Bombing Mission at the start of the game, which comprised of some smaller fights with Shinra guards and concludes with the Guard Scorpion boss fight.
Whilst a lot of players at events such as Gamescom, EGX and so many more key events may have already played this section of the game, the vast majority of players may still be in the dark how the game translates to modern consoles.
We'll keep you updated as more information presents itself.
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