Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Tokyo Game Show 2023 Presentation Released

Making its debut at the 2023 Tokyo Game Show, learn more about Square Enix’s upcoming Final Fantasy VII Rebirth with the latest presentation for the game.

Presented by the developers and a number of special guests, all those interested can watch the presentation below:


Note that the presentation has been updated as of October 4 to include a moment toward the end where the original stream cut out. New content begins at the 1:12:00 mark, covering minor details and featuring closing remarks from producer Yoshinori Kitase, director Naoki Hamaguchi, and creative director Tetsuya Nomura.

The second in the trilogy, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will once again have players control former SOLDIER Cloud Strife as they experience the events after 2020’s Final Fantasy VII Remake. New to this entry is the robotic cat Cait Sith, former Turks member Vincent Valentine, and the elder of the Cosmo Canyon Bugenhagen.

Produced by Yoshinori Kitase and directed by Naoki Hamaguchi, Motomu Toriyama, and Tetsuya Nomura, the game will come out for the PlayStation 5 on February 29.

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