Final Fantasy VII Remake Trailer Rufus Shinra

Final Fantasy VII Remake Trailer Shows Off New Scenes and Reveals Rufus Shinra

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The latest and last Final Fantasy VII Remake trailer is released. Coming just days before the official release of the game, fans who don’t mind spoilers can check out new scenes. More importantly however, this new trailer gives long time and new fans a glimpse at the redesign for Rufus Shinra.

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Until now, Square Enix had not released any information about the return of Rufus Shinra, vice president of the Shinra Electric Power Company. In this trailer we get more than enough of a glimpse at him. Some key moments of disc one are also present in this trailer, with scenes hearkening back to the original game.

Spoilers are a plenty here, so if you are looking to go in completely fresh you will want to avoid this trailer. However, if you’re interested in checking out what additions have been made to Final Fantasy VII Remake and what classic scenes have been created, you can watch the new trailer below.

Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, some physical copies of Final Fantasy VII Remake have already been shipped. Europe and Australia will receive their physical editions of Final Fantasy VII Remake before the intended release date. However, digital copies of the highly anticipated remake won’t be unlocked early.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be available for the PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020.

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