YouTube account P4GTeam has gone live with a fresh batch of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth gameplay footage from the recent Thailand Game Show 2023, offering a glimpse at Chocobo Racing, familiar locations such as Junon Harbour and the Nibelheim flashback, and a bit of combat thrown in for good measure.
Chocobo Racing was one of the many side activities players could take part in at the Gold Saucer in the original game, although it was mandatory to win one race to progress the story. However, it also formed part of a major side quest involving Chocobo Breeding, where you had to race your Chocobos to increase their states before breeding them.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is pencilled in for release on February 29, 2024 for the PS5, and will be a console exclusive to Sony’s flagship platform for a period of at least three months. Square Enix recently confirmed that the game will take around 50 hours to finish the main story, although those looking to see everything it has to offer can expect to put in nearly 100 hours.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake project will consist of a trilogy, although there are no details currently available on the third and final chapter. However, we do know that Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will take players through to the Forgotten City.