The long wait for Part 2 of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake is over, at least we were able to catch some new information in yesterday’s birthday stream for the action RPG. So we don’t just know that the game’s name Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth hear, but can also tell you when and on which consoles the story continues.
When will Rebirth be released? According to developer and publisher Square Enix, the game will be released “next winter”. However, this does not mean the coming frosty months, but rather the end of 2023.
Rebirth confirmed for PS5 only
While we can currently play Part 1 on PS4, PS5 and PC – there is no further information on an Xbox version – so far it looks like Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth will be released exclusively for the PS5 and no longer for the Last gene implemented.
You can watch the first trailer for the game here:
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth – The first look at the second part of the remake
In the first trailer for Rebirth, in addition to Cloud and Sepiroth, we also see Zack, the main character from Crisis Core, which, as confirmed yesterday, is to receive a remaster for PS4 and PS5.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be a trilogy
Another important piece of information for you as fans of the legendary role-playing game was also revealed yesterday evening. If Square Enix was a little vague in the past, yesterday it was confirmed: we’re getting a remake trilogy.
Part 3 already in development: Although the finale does not have a release date yet, according to Square it is already in development.
More info from the Final Fantasy Livestream
But that wasn’t all the information from yesterday’s event. There were also these announcements:
- Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade is out today on Steam
- Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade is compatible with the Steam Deck
- There was all sorts of new merch to see
- Final Fantasy: The First Soldier Mobile Trailer
- Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis (Mobile) is getting a closed beta in 2022
- A remaster of Crisis Core has been announced
That was all the information from yesterday’s live stream. Stay tuned to GamePro for more info on the Crisis Core remaster.
What is your first impression of Rebirth and were you hoping that the game might come out a bit sooner?