Square Enix also has a new promotional campaign Final Fantasy VII Remake started. The campaign kicks off with a Midgar Today news video. According to this information, Red XIII fled the Shinra building and the company took countermeasures. Ask citizens to pay attention.
Also part of this campaign is the 3D promotional video for the game, which went viral and received significantly more attention than the launch of the campaign itself.
Even before the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Red XIII caused a stir. It was announced that although it will appear in the game, it will not be playable. This decision was made because Red XIII appears relatively late in the story and so there was not enough game time to integrate his character development into the gameplay.
Square Enix even has its own website for the campaign furnished. The emerging speculation that this campaign meant more impaired Square Enix on the Japanese Twitter account. The campaign would last not related to any DLC or new content.
On the contrary, so long after the game was released, the campaign should give a little boost to sales just before Christmas. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade has been available for PCs on the Epic Games Store for a few days now and Square Enix has given PS Plus users a PS5 upgrade.
Final Fantasy VII Remake – Episode 2
Sure, the campaign should also serve to keep Final Fantasy VII Remake “talking”. As we all know, Final Fantasy VII has even more to offer than the first part of the remake showed us.
How long fans will have to wait is in the stars. Final Fantasy VII Remake – Part 2 is still not presented in detail. In May, Tetsuya Nomura said work on the next episode was progressing well. Over the summer, the developers around Motomu Toriyama and Naoki Hamaguchi spoke to IGN and revealed that the sequel will also bring changes to the game.
Midgar Today on the outbreak of Red XIII
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