FFVII Remake Orchestra World Tour Trailer

FFVII Remake Orchestra World Tour Trailer Shares Some of Its Songs

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While the COVID-19 pandemic might have kept the Final Fantasy VII Remake Orchestra World from going as planned, there’s a way to get a taste of it. Square Enix uploaded a new video showing off the performance. People can now catch an extended FFVII Remake Orchestra World Tour Trailer with footage filmed at the February 13, 2021 performance at Tokyo International Forum A in Japan.

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As a reminder, the worldwide dates for the concert were altered as a result of the global pandemic. The February 13, 2021 ended up being a live stream, instead of a live performance. The next performances will be at the Grand Cube Osaka in Japan on April 17-18, 2021. The official website noted it will be followed by concerts in Fort Worth, London, Phoenix, New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Denver, Boston, Paris, Barcelona, Milan, Lyon, Bangkok, and Atlanta throughout 2021. There will also eventually be performances in Singapore, San Francisco, Chicago, and Nashville, though dates haven’t been set for them.

Here’s the over 16 minute long FFVII Remake Orchestra World Tour trailer.

People can also hear the game’s soundtrack on Amazon Music Unlimited, Apple Music, and Spotify.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for the PlayStation 4. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will come to the PlayStation 5 on June 10, 2021.

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