A virtual FFVII Remake Gallery full of fan art is now available as part of the Final Fantasy entry’s 25th anniversary. The Japanese Twitter account announced the exhibit is open. It can be experienced on both PCs and mobile devices.
Here’s how the FFVII Remake fan art gallery experience works. When people arrive at the website, it will show the exterior. Clicking on the door will cause the screen to automatically start scrolling as someone “walks” through the museum. 40 pieces of art are divided up into four rooms. You can click the menu at any time to choose a specific room to visit. Doing so also lets you turn optional background music on. Clicking on a picture on a wall allows you to see who created it and leave a heart to mark it as one of your favorites. For example, the A-5 piece is drawn by OHSE.
Square Enix did later note that the FFVII Remake fan art gallery might not work properly on all operating systems. In that case, it recommended heading to a PC to explore the museum.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for the PS4. FFVII Remake Intergrade can be found on the PS5 and PC.