Final Fantasy 7 remake physical copies may be delayed due to coronavirus spread impacting shipments
What you need to know
- Final Fantasy 7 remake is scheduled to release on April 10.
- Due to the spread of Coronavirus, physical delays of the game may occur.
- The digital release will not be impacted.
Final Fantasy 7 remake is coming soon, but unfortunately, if you're grabbing a physical copy, you might be waiting to get your copy. Square Enix has provided an update on Twitter, stating that due to the spread of Coronavirus, physical shipments of this game might be delayed.
Release update information. #FF7R pic.twitter.com/oZ6XXBX5hRRelease update information. #FF7R pic.twitter.com/oZ6XXBX5hR— FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE (@finalfantasyvii) March 18, 2020March 18, 2020
Things will likely vary on a case-by-case basis, but we'll be sure to update with any other statements from Square Enix. Square Enix is also planning to provide another update on March 20, which will contain more information on the situation. Still, if you're getting the game digitally, you don't need to worry and you're all set for the current release date of April 10.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake demo preview: Things are looking really good, people
Midgar never looked so good
Now that the demo has arrived, we are even more excited about this new, yet classic adventure to Midgar. The demo is available to everyone for free, so make sure you try it out ahead of the game's release in April.
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