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Final Fantasy VII Remake Avatars and Banners Released in a ‘Fan Kit’

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People in the mood for a spring cleaning and refresh for their social media accounts can turn to Square Enix for decorating options. The company updated the Final Fantasy VII Remake Japanese website to add a fan kit page. It is now filled with options to use on sites like Facebook and Twitter. People can choose from Final Fantasy VII Remake avatars for both major and minor cast members, and even a few nameless NPCs, as well as two banners.

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The two Final Fantasy VII Remake banners are the right sizes to sit on top of, say, a Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube page. One offers the traditional overview of Midgar. The other involves the key art that shows the whole party for this first part and was used for one of the Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 themes

As for the Final Fantasy VII Remake avatars, there are 29 total. Some are expected characters, like Cloud, Aerith, Barret, Tifa, and Red XIII. Others involve villains like Reno, Rude, Tseng, Rufus, Roche, President Shinra, and Sephiroth. However, this pack also gives you the chance to make people like Aniyan, Leslie, and Kyrie. You can see the full collection below.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will come to the PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020. In case you missed it and want more customization options, official wallpapers and Zoom backgrounds were also released.

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