Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Sony will share important details about Final Fantasy VII Rebirth at the new State of Play event

Final Fantasy fans may want to make time for Sony’s next State of Play event. Before wrapping up last night’s event, the company announced that it would be sharing new gameplay details and “the kind of exciting information fans won’t want to miss” about Final Fantasy VII Rebirth at its next State of Play. The company also announced that there will be a comprehensive look at the sequel to Final Fantasy VIII Remake, which will come to PlayStation 5 on February 29, 2024. he promised.

The action role-playing game will pick up where the first game of the planned trilogy left off. Players will continue to primarily control Cloud Strife, who joins the eco-terrorist group Avalanche during the events of the first game.

Zack Fair, who only appeared in a flashback scene in the first game, is expected to play a bigger role this time. While the new games are based on the old Final Fantasy VII, they feature reimagined elements, new concepts, and expansions (perhaps even changes) to the original game’s story and character development.

Posts about Final Fantasy VII Rebirth have been going on for a while

Sony has been offering fans glimpses of Rebirth through trailers for a while now. But the new State of Play event looks set to give them a much better idea of ​​what to expect. This event will start on February 7 at 02.30 Türkiye time.

Danish Kapoor