Good news for those of you that can't wait to heave that Buster Sword onto your shoulders and take to the streets of Midgar, because it looks like we'll be getting a pretty hefty update on the game very soon.
According to the latest issue of Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu, Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura confirms we'll be getting our first look at the sort-of antagonists of the game, members of the Shinra Electric Power Company, at Tokyo Games Show.
According to translations of the magazine (thank you Gematsu ), Final Fantasy VII Remake will have quite an impressive presence at the show.
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As per the magazine:
- Tokyo Game Show 2019 will host the debut of characters from the Shinra side.
- The Hardy-Daytona from the remake exhibit Tokyo Game Show 2019 with even greater detail. A life-size Buster Sword will also be on display.
We're excited to get our first look at some of the character models of the anti-Cloud and co. gang at Tokyo Games.
We're particularly excited to get our eyeballs around the newly upscaled Reno, because if he's been recreated as well as Cloud, Aeris or Tifa, we know we're in for a real treat.
Tokyo Game Show 2019 will begin on Thursday, 12 September and ends on Sunday, 15 September – you can expect more news on the game towards the start of those dates.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is due out for PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020.
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.
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