Cue the victory fanfare.
The new trailer is another surprise from Square Enix, who have been sharing news around E3, rather than saving it just for their own event.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will launch worldwide for PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020, Square Enix announced at the "Final Fantasy VII: A Symphonic Reunion" concert in Los Angeles. Since then we've been patiently, or impatiently in some cases, been waiting for news of when to expect Final Fantasy VII Remake to be released.
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Final Fantasy VII was first released in 1997 and at the time of its debut became an instant fan-favorite with over a million copies sold in North America. It'll be interesting to see what will be revealed then, but Director Tetsuya Nomura did mention on stage at the concert that more is coming.
The trailer itself didn't reveal much, though. With stunning graphics, especially compared to the original's notoriously goofy models, and fluid animation, Final Fantasy VII Remake is looking more and more like it was worth the wait. Stay tuned for even more details-as well as all the latest updates from this year's E3-all week long, right here on Nerdist.