The free demo version of Final Fantasy VII Remake has been released free for the PlayStation 4 platform. Players can try the first part of the game in the demo version.
Final Fantasy VII Remake, the new game of Final Fantasy, one of Square Enix’s most popular game series, will be released next month. The publisher announced in a surprise announcement today that the free demo version of the game was released on the PS4 platform.
With the demo version, players can experience the Mako Reactor 1 bombing mission in the first episode of Final Fantasy VII Remake. Featuring the characters of the game, Cloud Strife and Barret Wallace, this section also offers a chance to try the redesigned combat system.
Players who download the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo before April 11 will receive a special theme for free on March 10. On the PSN page of the demo, it seems that the file size is 7.59 GB and it can be said to be quite reasonable for the first part. However, it is stated that the progress made in the demo version will not move to the main game.
Final Fantasy VII Remake was first released for PlayStation in 1997. The game was dominated by Shinra Electric Power Company, a company that controlled the planet’s life force in mako energy. Cloud Strife, a former member of Shinra’s SOLDIER unit and now a mercenary, is fighting against the scheme by supporting the resistance group called Avalanche.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released for PS4 on April 10. The publisher announced that the game will come to other platforms in the future. You can access the demo version of the Final Fantasy VII Remake page here.