Cue the victory fanfare. The bad news for mouse and keyboard loyalists comes from the caption on the story which reads: "Square Enix has put a date on the elusive Final Fantasy 7 Remake, coming exclusively to PS4". The news came prior to Square Enix's conference during a concert for the game.
The Final Fantasy 7 remake was first announced way back at E3 2015, so finally getting a release date means plenty of Final Fantasy fans will be able to breathe a sigh of relief and start counting down the days. The trailer, which runs for a minute and change, reveals that the game's original turn-based combat has been replace by a more modern, active style of combat that looks more in line with Final Fantasy XV's combat system. But what is Final Fantasy VII Remake?
Not even Ruby Weapon could keep me away from this game.
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We'll update with more details as they come to hand.
Usually an announcement of this size would be reserved for Sony's keynote that's typically held on the Monday of E3 - but, because Sony isn't at this year's show, Square Enix has taken it upon themselves to break the news.