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Final Fantasy 35th Anniversary Presentation Rumored To Happen On February 7

Square Enix is all set to host a Final Fantasy 35th anniversary presentation on February 7, based on the latest rumor.

According to a rumor, the Final Fantasy 35th anniversary presentation will take place on February 7, with a runtime of 1 hour and 24 minutes. It is said to showcase the Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy Online, and Final Fantasy Mobile projects that are currently in development.

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Based on the rumored information, the presentation will include a promotional video for both Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster and Theatrhythm Final Bar Line, a first ever look at Final Fantasy IX Remake presented by Hironobu Sakaguchi, an announcement regarding Final Fantasy X-3, a new trailer for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth titled “Memories”, an announcement regarding World of Final Fantasy II: A Mog of Light and Stories from Ivalice: War of the Lions, and a focal presentation on Final Fantasy XVI.

Meanwhile, the presentations for the online titles include Final Fantasy XI/Final Fantasy XIV Subscription Unity Project,
Final Fantasy XI Beginnings Rework Project, and a Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn Anniversary presentation by Naoki Yoshida.

With regards to mobile titles, the Final Fantasy 35th anniversary event is said to feature a presentation on Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis Closed Beta Test, a Zenos trailer for Final Fantasy: Dissidia Opera Omnia JP, and a promotional video for Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius.

Furthermore, the event is also said to host a presentation on Final Fantasy Memoria, an announcement regarding the release of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker’s soundtrack as well as the Final Fantasy: Chiptunes Album, the announcement of a Final Fantasy Square Enix Store Sale, and more.

As always, we recommend that our readers take such rumors with a grain of salt.

Previously, it was reported that the development of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is accelerating rapidly, and the game’s producer teased big news to come sometime this year.

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