The official PlayStation twitter account announced this morning the official boxart for Square Enix’s highly anticipated remake title — Final Fantasy 7.
The boxart is simple but yet pays homage to the original cult classic title. This is also noted in the tweet that it is the Western boxart, so for those in Japan might be receiving a a different cover. In addition to revealing the boxart, the PlayStation Blog detailed the game’s Classic Mode, Summons, and Mini-Games.
Check out the official tweet from PlayStation down below:
Check out the detailed look at Classic Mode, Summons, and Mini-Games down below:
Classic Mode allows players to focus on issuing commands in combat, without having to worry about dodging and blocking in real time.
Classic mode is just the thing for players who prefer to focus on tactics and strategy in combat rather than moment to moment action. And it’s perfect for fans who are nostalgic for menu-based RPGs like the original Final Fantasy VII.
Summons were a big part of the original game, and in Final Fantasy VII Remake, they’re back and they’re better than ever.
Summons are powerful creatures you can call to your aid in battle. At TGS, Final Fantasy VII Remake’s producer, Yoshinori Kitase, gave us our first look at one of these – the iconic flame-bound Ifrit.
Final Fantasy VII Remake’s TGS trailer gave us our first look at a new mini-game.
Fans may remember the squats mini-game from the original Final Fantasy VII. This new iteration plays similarly to the classic version and requires players to input a specific sequence of commands to defeat their lycra-laden challengers.
In related news, Square Enix showcased more about the game at TGS 2019. If you happened to miss it, don’t fret at we got you covered. Just head over to our dedicated page for Final Fantasy 7 right here!
Final Fantasy VII Remake is slated to release on March 3, 2020, exclusively on the PlayStation 4. Are you excited for the upcoming remake? Let us know in the comments below!