Final Fantasy 7 Remake Finally Gets New Trailer

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Thanks to some suspicious tweets by Square Enix, it was rumored that we would finally get a fresh look at Final Fantasy 7 Remake during today's State of Play stream. As it turns out, those rumors were true, as Sony and Square Enix finally released a new trailer for the long-awaited game, showing off gameplay and promising "more to come" in June.

The new Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer shows off the beginning areas of the game, giving fans a new look at the first time Cloud meets Aerith. It also shows Cloud and Barret facing off against Sephiroth, Final Fantasy 7's infamous villain.

Luckily for those looking forward to Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the new teaser trailer shows more than just story scenes. It also lets fans take a peak at gameplay, showing Cloud, Aerith, and Barret in action against some of the game's early enemies. This includes the Guard Scorpion, which fans of the original game will remember as Final Fantasy 7's very first boss.

We haven't seen much of Final Fantasy 7 Remake since it was originally announced all the way back at E3 2015, so the new trailer is sure to get fans buzzing. However, some may be worried about getting too excited, as Final Fantasy 7 Remake could still be a long way off from release.

Unfortunately, the new Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer didn't reveal the game's release date. That being said, the new trailer does end with a promise that more information on Final Fantasy 7 Remake will come in June, so maybe some concrete release date information will come as early as next month.

It seems like fans can take the "more to come in June" promise as a confirmation that Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be at E3 2019. More specifically, Final Fantasy 7 Remake will likely be shown during Square Enix's E3 2019 press conference, scheduled to take place on June 10 at 6:00pm PT. Whether or not we get a release date for Final Fantasy 7 Remake is up in the air, but at the very least, fans can expect to see more of the highly anticipated game.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake is in development exclusively for PS4.

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