South Korea’s Game Content Rating Committee has issued Final Fantasy VII Rebirth with a 15 certificate ahead of its much-anticipated release in February 2024.
The rating notes that the game is ‘not excessively violent’ and is limited when it comes to its depictions of drinking and smoking, which is about what you’d expect from a Final Fantasy game nowadays. That’s not including Final Fantasy XVI however, as that was the first game in the series to be given a Mature rating by the ESRB.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is the second of three instalments in the Final Fantasy VII Remake project, and takes place following Cloud and party’s escape from Midgar. From here, players will be travelling across the world map continuing their pursuit of Sephiroth, taking them to places including Kalm Town, Junon Harbour, Gold Saucer, and other key areas.
Square Enix has previously revealed that Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will offer nearly 100 hours of gameplay, with the main story alone taking around 40-50 hours to complete. The game will weigh in at 150GB split between two discs, but players won’t have to swap discs as it’s possible to install the game and then play on a single disc.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is scheduled for release on February 29, 2024 for PS5.
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