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Final Fantasy VII Remake TGS 2019 Trailer Shows New Story Content

Final Fantasy VII Remake has received a lengthy new trailer at Tokyo Game Show 2019. It introduces the players to the Turks and also shows new story content.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is Square Enix’s attempt to bring the original game in a complete reboot state to the modern platforms. The scope of the game has been greatly expanded and it is not considered a multi-part remake. The first part of the story will only cover the events until Midgard while the rest will be followed up in sequels.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake was shown with a release date during E3 2019. It was later confirmed to be exclusive for PS4 while there were rumors about a potential Xbox One version. The new Tokyo Game Show Trailer shows a lot more story content including all of the newly added cutscenes that were not a part of the original release.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be directed by Tetsuya Nomura. It was confirmed at E3 that this part of the game will launch on two Blu-ray discs so there is a lot of content for the players to enjoy here. Midgard has been significantly expanded so even though the original story portion in this section was just 15 to 20 percent, it now constitutes as a full game.

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This new trailer for Remake is also significant because it introduces one of the main antagonists in the games, the faction called Turks. They work for the Shinra empire and can be seen fighting with Cloud and others. There are many new scenes and the famous cross-dressing scene has also been teased with Don Corneo given a cameo in the trailer.

If you are excited to play the Remake, it is available to pre-order now with various retail editions and will launch exclusively for PS4 on March 3, 2020.

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