Final Fantasy VII Remake Sephiroth Theme Amazon

The Latest Final Fantasy VII Remake Dynamic Theme Stars Sephiroth

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By preordering Final Fantasy VII Remake through Amazon Japan, fans can receive a special theme for their PlayStation 4 featuring Sephiroth. The official Final Fantasy VII Twitter released a brief glimpse of what this would look like. The ShinRa Power Plant burns in the background before Sephiroth fades into view. An ominous re-orchestrated track also accompanies this dynamic theme.

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You can check it out in action below. As it stands, it looks like this theme is only available to those who are able to preorder Final Fantasy VII Remake via Amazon Japan.

This isn’t the only Final Fantasy VII Remake dynamic theme. As part of a cross promotion with Butterfinger, fans can nab another one featuring Tifa. The Butterfinger promotion not only gives you the exclusive Tifa theme, but a Midgar Bangle and other in-game rewards for your party.

Another Final Fantasy VII Remake theme was released alongside the free demo. This theme features Aerith, Cloud, Tifa, Barret, and Red XIII. Similar to the theme featuring Tifa, this one is also a recreation of official artwork from the original title. However, this theme is a timed exclusive and requires you to get and play the demo before a certain date.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will come to the PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020.

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