Square Enix Reveals A Collector's Edition For Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth

Square Enix Reveals A Collector’s Edition For Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth’s Collector’s Edition has been unveiled by Square Enix and is now available for preorder. The latest PlayStation State of Play broadcast featured the announcement of this special package.

A fresh trailer for the second game in Square Enix’s trilogy of Final Fantasy 7 remakes debuted on September 14 during Sony’s broadcast. The main revelation of the three-minute preview was the much-anticipated announcement of the official release date for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: February 29, 2024. The demo also revealed a sizable amount of new gameplay material.

Square Enix has also introduced the Collector’s Edition of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, priced at $349.99, as a follow-up to this announcement. This edition is more expensive than the once prohibitively expensive 1st Class Edition of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. However, it makes up for the price by offering a wide selection of high-quality goods. The 19-inch statue of Sephiroth is the package’s star piece. A hardcover art book, a unique steel book, and a CD with the game’s condensed music are all included in the set. This edition’s physical copy of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth features a reversible cover and a redeemable code for every one of the game’s digital add-ons found in its $99.99 Deluxe Edition.

A Moogle Trio Summoning Materia bundle is the only additional item that is unique to the Digital Deluxe Edition and isn’t present in the collector’s edition. This omission, however, is not particularly noteworthy because, as was the case with Final Fantasy 7 Remake, players can probably acquire this summoning item from normal gameplay.

The Collector’s Edition of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is anticipated to sell out rapidly despite its premium price. This limited-edition set may only be ordered in advance via the Square Enix Store. In the event that the game is ever made available on other platforms, there is no assurance that the collector’s edition can be refilled. 

Since Square Enix hasn’t confirmed a PC release, those eager to play the second game in the FF7 remake trilogy are going to require a PS5. It’s important to remember that Final Fantasy 7 Remake existed as a PlayStation-only title for 20 months prior to its December 2021 release on PC.

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