20 Final Fantasy VII Remake Screenshots From The Game Awards 2019
These latest screens show more of Sephiroth, Aerith, and Tifa, as well as FF7 baddies President Shinra and Heidegger.
Final Fantasy VII Remake
Christmas has come early for Final Fantasy VII Remake fans, with Square ENIX releasing a handful of new screens (plus a brand new trailer at The Game Awards 2019 in Los Angeles.
A few of our favorites have been picked out below. Take a look at the full gallery above for all 20.
(although there's still no sign of Red XIII)
The latest screens give a great glimpse of Aerith in battle mode.
Meet the cutthroat President Shinra - who's looking meaner than ever. He had a relatively small role in the original game - but it seems as if he will have a much bigger part to play in the Remake.
Cloud, Tifa and Aerith stand at the controls of a train, speeding through Midgar.
Shiva, the proud ice queen, can be summoned to fight by your side in Final Fantasy VII Remake. She'll give your enemies an icy glare while offering a loving smile your way.
Fancy going toe-to-toe with this guy? Sephiroth was hailed as a hero after the war with Wutai, and many youths have aspired to join SOLDIER in his footsteps ever since.
Introducing 3rd Class SOLDIER Roche - one of the many adversaries you'll be coming up against in the game.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is released on March 3, 2020. Click here to find out more about the game!
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