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Final Fantasy VII Remake Free Cloud PS4 Theme Is Available To Download Now

Square Enix has released a free Final Fantasy VII Remake theme for Cloud. This theme is available to download now for the PS4.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of the most anticipated games on PS4. As the game is launching today, Square Enix has decided to celebrate the launch of the game with a free theme for the PS4. You can grab this theme and then download and install it for your PS4.

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Here is the link to download this theme. It is officially titled as FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Cloud Theme on the official PlayStation Store. It should be available in most regions but just in case you can’t find it, this might be region-locked.

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Here is an official description of the theme taken from the PlayStation Store including instructions on how to use it on your PlayStation 4.

A theme for FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE on PlayStation®4.

Customize your PS4™ system with this cool theme. This theme allows you to change up the look of your background and PlayStation® Dynamic Menu. Download today!

To apply the downloaded theme:

1. Select Settings from the function screen.
2. Select the Theme Settings option to display a list of themes.
3. Scroll to the desired theme, and then press the X button once to select and again to apply.

This is not the only theme released for the game. There have been multiple themes including strange pre-order bonuses like the Tifa theme, and bonuses for pre-ordering the game from various retailers.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake is out today on April 10 exclusively for the PS4. It is a timed exclusive that will launch on other platforms one year after the PS4 version.

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