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Buy Final Fantasy 7 Remake Cheap Now On Amazon

Amazon is offering the cheapest price for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake right now in the US, with Square Enix’s hotly anticipated JRPG revamp going for just $41.99. It’s all thanks to a handy little coupon that you can apply to your order, trimming the $59.99 price by a tidy $18. That’s just for the standard edition, though.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Price Is Dirt Cheap On Amazon

In addition to the regular version of the game, Amazon customers can also nab a discount off the Deluxe Edition of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. While it normally retails for $79.99, the coupon will reduce it to $55.99, which is a pretty decent bargain. All you have to do is to tick the box under the price to apply the discount coupon.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake is due for release on PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020. This is only the first episode of the game though; Square Enix is splitting the project into multiple parts, but it’s unknown how many chapters it will encompass. Regardless, the team has said that it expects development of future parts to be ‘more efficient.’

The first part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be focussed on the events that take place in Midgar, which will contain new areas and content not featured in the 1997 version of the game. As such, the game is going to eat up two Blu-ray discs.

While the game has only been confirmed for the PS4 right now, Square Enix has suggested that Final Fantasy 7 Remake could come to the PS5 at some point. This makes sense, seeing as how future episodes would surely not be restricted to the PS4 alone.

The original Final Fantasy 7 was released on the PSOne 22 years ago, and is widely considered to be one of the best video games of all time. In addition, the game’s success boosted the popularity of the Final Fantasy franchise in the US and UK, and spawned a mini-series in itself, which features a CGI movie and various spin-off titles.

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  • Darklurkr23

    Yea i’m not buying that. Game companies already released games w/o endings where you need DLC. I ain’t buying a game that’s literaly 1/3 or 1/2 of A GAME.