This trailer features a heavy focus on the beginning of Final Fantasy VII with Cloud and the other members of AVALANCHE infiltrating and destroying one of Midgar's MAKO reactors. The news was announced today, 10 June, during the Fantasy 7: A Symphonic Reunion concert. Very little is known about the Crystal Dynamics' title and publisher Square Enix has kept quiet since the initial announcement of the game, previously known as The Avengers Project, two years ago. Square Enix will also have a press conference ahead of the E3, but the company has chosen to give the much-anticipated remake its own time in the limelight.
It's hard to believe it was nearly exactly four years ago that FF7 Remake was announced at E3 2015.
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A remake was initially attempted in the early 2000s - but despite scoring the original Final Fantasy VII, Uematsu's name was absent from the originally announced team. We still have a lot of questions about Final Fantasy 7 Remake, in any case. However, we do know that gameplay and some story elements are being changed for this version of the game, so there could potentially be more. Otherwise, there's really no point to it.
The live audience was surprised with a trailer at the end of the concert for the remake of the classic RPG, only to be stunned with an actual release date: March 3, 2020.