Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Now Available

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix have announced the demo for Final Fantasy VII Remake is now available, on the PlayStation Store.

The demo features gameplay from the first chapter, including the Mako Reactor bombing mission, the boss battle against the Scorpion Sentinel, and the subsequent escape from the facility.

Those who download the demo before May 11th will be able to earn an exclusive PlayStation 4 theme (available April 10th).

You can find the demo launch trailer below:

You can find the full rundown on the demo (via the PlayStation Store) below:


Enjoy the first chapter of FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE─the iconic Mako Reactor 1 bombing mission─with this demo version.
– Progress cannot be carried over into the retail version of the game.
– Content may differ from that of the retail version.

FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE is a bold reimagining of the original FINAL FANTASY VII, originally released in 1997 for the PlayStation®, developed under the guidance of the original key developers.

This grand adventure filled with memorable characters and crafted with cutting edge technology was an instant worldwide hit, and now it is reborn for a new era.

With a mix of traditional command-based combat and real-time action, fans can explore the world of FINAL FANTASY VII, recreated with today’s technology.

An exclusive theme will be available to download from 10/04/2020 if you download the demo before 11/05/2020.

In case you missed it, you can find the most recent trailer here. This includes the main theme Hollow; as well as footage of Red XII, the Shinra executives, Leviathan, the Honey Bee Inn, and Cloud in a dress.

The game’s timed exclusivity was also revealed to have been extended. While originally stated to last until March 3rd, 2021, updated box art showed the exclusivity will now end April 4th, 2021.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is launching for PlayStation 4 on April 10th, 2020. The console exclusivity ends April 4th, 2021.

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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