Today, it seems games media outlet Gamespot accidentally announced information on Final Fantasy VII Remake.
The now-removed article was published and tweeted by the outlet and confirmed the release dates for one of the most highly-anticipated games of a generation.
The article read:
“A couple of days before the official start of E3, Square Enix held a concert to celebrate Final Fantasy 7. During the event, Square Enix also announced the release date for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, which we can now expect to release during [winter 2019].
“Sony recently showed off the most significant gameplay footage of the remake to date during a PlayStation State of Play livestream in May, which ended with a tease for more info to come in June.
“Presumably, considering Sony’s absence from the show, we can also expect to see something new during Square Enix’s E3 press conference on Tuesday, June 11, at 6PM PT.”
That means we’re going to see the first episode of the Final Fantasy VII Remaster launch no later than March 2020.
It’s finally happening!
Square Enix hosted a musical event at E3 that the director of the original FF7, Yoshinori Kitase, was hosting.
The event was a celebration as much as a concert – so it’s no surprise we heard the release date for Episode I go live there.
We have a reporter in the event, so expect an update and more information about this breaking story soon.
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