Final Fantasy VII Remake Opening Sequence Leaked Online, Courtesy of PSN Demo

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The existence of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake demo is no longer in question.

YouTuber Lystrasza has uploaded a video of its title screen and opening sequence, which should leave any FF fan nostalgic.

The 3-minute clip opens with Aerith in front of a Mako leak and then pans out, revealing Midgar in all of its grimey, industrial majesty. And just like the original, we get to see AVALANCHE take out two Shinra guards before letting players assume control of Cloud.

It isn’t clear when the demo will be released, but the final game is due out on March 3, 2020.

The opening cinematic of Square Enix’s upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake has been leaked online, thanks to the cagey shenanigans of YouTuber Lystrasza. The clip then made its way to Resetera, before being picked up by numerous news and social media outlets.


Tsing Mui
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