The release of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is just around the corner, with less than a month to go until the game hits the shelves. While Square Enix has not yet revealed all the details of the game, leaks are starting to surface. According to the @PlaystationSize Twitter account, players will be able to enjoy a demo of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth after the State of Play celebration on February 6. It is unclear how long the demo will last or what part of the game it will cover, but players who take advantage of it will receive two in-game items: Kupo Charm and Survival Set. The first is a keychain, while the other is a package with materials that will be very useful. Additionally, all progress made in the demo could later be transferred to the full game.
In addition to the demo, @PlaystationSize also revealed that the file size of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will be just over 145 GB. Players who have pre-ordered the standard edition of the game will be able to pre-download it starting February 27, 2024.
PlayStation recently held its first State of Play of the year, and at the end of the event, it was announced that the next State of Play, scheduled for a few days, will focus solely on the new installment of the Final Fantasy franchise. This event will likely be the last in-depth look at the game and will officially reveal the existence of the demo, if there is one actually prepared.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is set to launch on PlayStation 5 on February 29, 2024. For more information, check out our first impressions of the game. With the release of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth just around the corner, fans are eagerly anticipating the launch of the game. The leaks about the demo and the file size have only added to the excitement, and players are looking forward to getting their hands on the game. The demo, which will be available after the State of Play celebration on February 6, is expected to give players a taste of what’s to come and allow them to transfer their progress to the full game. The file size of just over 145 GB may require some players to make space on their consoles, but the pre-download option for those who have pre-ordered the standard edition will make it easier to jump into the game on launch day.
The upcoming State of Play event, which will focus solely on Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, is expected to provide the final details about the game and officially reveal the demo. This will be the last chance for players to get a comprehensive look at the game before its release. With the launch date of February 29, 2024, just around the corner, players won’t have to wait long to experience the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Rebirth on PlayStation 5.
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