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FFVII Remake Banora White Apple Juice Promotional Materials Shared

Square Enix showed off FFVII Remake promotional materials for the Banora White apple juice made famous in Crisis Core FFVII

Square Enix shared more Final Fantasy VII Remake art and images on Twitter. This time, it also references Crisis Core FFVII‘s Banora. When Cloud is heading from the train station to the Mako Reactor in the beginning of FFVII Remake, Banora White apple juice advertisements appear. The latest concept art drop offers a closer look at these materials.

The backstory regarding Banora White apples and apple juice comes up during Crisis Core FFVII. As Zack is going about the adventure, he learns that fellow Soldier 1st Class Genesis Rhapsodos is from the town where they are grown. Genesis is the one who created the drink. They’re also called dumbapples in-game.

As for the FFVII Remake art, there are two pieces of Banora White apple juice promotional material. The first is the poster. This appears in multiple locations in-game. Though it is most obvious during the introduction. It shows a young woman drinking the juice. The second piece of art looks more like a label and features a better look at a dumbapple.

FFVII Remake Banora White Apple Juice Promotional Materials Shared

FFVII Remake Banora White Apple Juice Promotional Materials Shared Label

This latest share comes after the reveal that Crisis Core FFVII is coming back. During the 25th anniversary stream, Square Enix announced a Reunion version of the game would appear on all current platforms. This version of the game will feature things like new character models and a changed UI.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is available on the PlayStation 4, while FFVII Remake Intergrade is available on the PlayStation 5 and PC via Epic Games Store and Steam. The Crisis Core FFVII Reunion remaster will appear on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC in Winter 2022.

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