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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Has Been Given A February Release Date And A Bonkers New Trailer


Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will release on PS5 on February 29, 2024.

This morning’s PlayStation State of Play was cooking along nicely, with a few release date reveals and a sprinkling of announcements, all for the final (heh) portion of the showcase to blow the digital roof off the place. The State of Play ended with a three-minute trailer for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the sequel to the beloved Final Fantasy VII Remake, that decided to ignore the other volume options and turn it right up to 11.

Not only did we get confirmation of a February 29 release date, but this new trailer showed off the scope and scale of the sequel, as it says goodbye to Midgar and hello to the rest of the planet. Even though I’m not an FF fan, I could recognise fan favourites like Vincent Valentine and the Golden Saucer, so lord knows that mega fans will be absolutely frothing at this new footage.

You can watch the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth release date trailer here:

The last thing I would want to do is get your hopes up only for them to be crushed, but a collector’s edition has been announced that will make any Final Fantasy stan blush. Please please keep in mind that this is only available through the Square Enix store currently, and there’s been no Australian release confirmation whatsoever, but hot damn, take a look at what it contains.

Collector’s Edition ($349.99 US)

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    • Approx. 48cm / 19inch statue depicting the iconic antagonist Sephiroth in highly detailed sculpting. The wing can be detached.
  • Moogle Trio Summoning Materia (DLC)
    • A summoning materia that can call “Moogle Trio” in the game.
  • Magic Pot Summoning Materia (DLC)
    • A summoning materia that can call “Magic Pot” in the game.
  • Accessory: Reclaimant Choker (DLC)
    • A choker with an effect of restoring HP when an enemy is defeated.
  • Armor: Orchid Bracelet (DLC)
    • A bracelet that gives courage to traverse an expanding world.
  • Armor: Midgar Bangle Mk. II (DLC)
    • A bracelet worn by travelers leaving Midgar.

Ok, before you sharpen your pitchforks and march after me for showing you what you can’t have, let’s take a look at the edition you can purchase.

Deluxe Edition 

  • Final Fantasy VII Rebirth full game with reversible cover
  • Hardback Artbook – The Art of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
  • Exclusive steelbook case
  • Mini-Soundtrack CD

The Deluxe Edition is available for pre-order at EB Games for $169.95 or through JB Hi-Fi for $169.

Are you excited for Rebirth? Let us know in the comments or on our social media.

Written By Adam Ryan

Adam's undying love for all things PlayStation can only be rivalled by his obsession with vacuuming. Whether it's a Dyson or a DualShock in hand you can guarantee he has a passion for it. PSN: TheVacuumVandal XBL: VacuumVandal Steam: TheVacuumVandal




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