A few days ago, a massive leak for Final Fantasy 7 Remake appeared online, claiming to reveal important details about the game ahead of its expected E3 2019 showcase. According to the leak, part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake's E3 2019 appearance will include the surprise announcement of a playable demo for those at home, but not everyone will be able to access it.
If the Final Fantasy 7 Remake leak is to be believed, the playable demo will be released after Square Enix's E3 2019 presentation or later in the week of E3. However, it will only be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers, meaning those who aren't signed up for Sony's subscription service will have to miss out on trying Final Fantasy 7 Remake during E3 week.
The leaker also didn't reveal what the demo will entail. It's possible that the demo will be exactly the same as the playable demo demonstrated on the E3 floor, but we also don't know what that will entail either. One guess is that the demo will focus on the beginning areas of the game, like the Guard Scorpion boss fight with Cloud and Barret.
Of course, we must also mention the possibility that the leak is entirely inaccurate. While Square Enix itself has teased that we will learn more about Final Fantasy 7 Remake in June, it didn't outright state that the game would be shown during its E3 2019 press conference. Now, we find it highly unlikely that Final Fantasy 7 Remake won't be at E3, but it's still a possibility that fans should keep in mind.
Meanwhile, E3 2019 should answer a lot of lingering questions about Final Fantasy 7 Remake. For example, Square Enix recently re-confirmed that Final Fantasy 7 Remake will consist of multiple parts, but we still don't have official word on how many parts the game will be exactly. The same leaker that leaked the supposed E3 2019 demo says it will be two parts, but again, the leak may be inaccurate. Hopefully we get some clarification on that during Square Enix's E3 2019 press conference.
Square Enix's E3 2019 presentation will take place on June 10 at 6:00pm PT.