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Final Fantasy VII Remake Panel Will Be at 2024 Tribeca Festival

We may get new insights into the Final Fantasy VII Remake trilogy soon, as FFVII Rebirth Producer Yoshinori Kitase and Director Naoki Hamaguchi will be at Tribeca Festival 2024. The two will be at a panel discussing the title on June 14, 2024. 

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Square Enix only shared some initial details about the presentation on social media. Kitase and Hamaguchi will be present at “From Fire to Firaga: Remaking Final Fantasy VII” to discuss FFVII Remake and Rebirth. It will happen at 7:30pm ET at SVA Theatre. The company didn’t note if this discussion will also be streamed online for people who aren’t in New York and able to attend.

In addition, we know about the games that will be playable at the games gallery. People will only be able to test them out between June 12-16, 2024, even though the event begins on June 5, 2024. Here’s the list of what will be there:

  • Arranger: A Role-Puzzling Adventure
  • Blue Prince
  • darkwebStreamer
  • Goodnight Universe
  • Neva
  • Skate Story
  • Thank Goodness You’re Here!

Tribeca Festival will run June 5-16, 2024, and it will be held in New York City, New York. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth and its demo are available on the PS5, with the exclusivity arrangement ending on May 29, 2024. Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC. There’s no release window yet for the third entry in the remake trilogy. 

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