The State of Play stream finished off with a tantalising glimpse of the long promised, long in development, long unseen Final Fantasy VII Remake. It shows us a new and redesigned look for Cloud and the others and a first look at Aerith. We also get a shot or two of AVALANCHE leader Barrett and his fellow eco-terrorists Jessie and Biggs. All of the characters now sport fully voiced dialogue.
But it's now been nearly four years since the full-fledged remake of Final Fantasy VII was announced, and gamers longing to return to Midgar and the rest of the iconic game's world, plus those who've been putting off their first trip there until the remake is done, are getting antsy. This new trailer showcases some in-engine cut-scenes, as well as some combat sequences from this highly anticipated remake of one of the best FF games to date.
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It's E3 2015, Sony is just about to wrap up a massive show that has been one highlight after another and the audience is now spent. This was our first look at Final Fantasy 7 Remake in years, and it naturally left plenty of people excited for the future.