A Final Fantasy 7 Remake demo has got a surprise release this morning.
Square Enix announced the demo and its immediate accessibility .
According to the demonstration description on PSN, This very first public appearance at the game let’s you play through the first chapter of Final Fantasy 7 movie. This section follows Cloud and Barrett as they gives you an opportunity to test the games, and try to plant a bomb in Mako Reactor 1.
On top There’s an exclusive theme available for players who download the demonstration, which you’ll have the ability to acquire from 11. If you feel like your home display has been needing a little spruce up for a while that is handy.
As a bonus for those of you who wish to get your hands on it as soon as you can, the demonstration’s file size is 7.59GB, which seems very reasonable considering it is the first chapter of the game.
But, The demo description page also affirms that progress won’t carry over into the main game. That’s great if you wanted a chance to make up your thoughts on this new take on the iconic JRPG, less so in the event that you know you are going to be replaying the section when Final Fantasy 7 Remake releases on 10 April.
GamesRadar+ staff writer Heather Wald recently chose to play a Considerable chunk of it at a Final Fantasy 7 preview Event, and was filled with praise for the movie. She wrote,”Entertaining and engaging, with a generous sprinkling of nostalgia thrown in, I really can’t wait to dive right back into the action and relive this classic experience in a new and exciting way.”
GamesRadar was recently In PAX East and also you can catch the highlights of our stream below and Do not forget that you can check out where to pre-order Final Fantasy 7 Remake here.