Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of the most anticipated games of all time, and fans are hoping that a concert dedicated to the classic JRPG means it’ll be present at E3 2019.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake was first announced at E3 2015, and the game’s director admitted back in 2018 that it was unveiled too early.
While this could lead skeptical gamers to believe that the Final Fantasy VII Remake won’t be shown again for many, many years, Square Enix did tell investors back in February that they are releasing a major game in Fall 2019, and that everyone should look forward to E3.
Many have speculated that this major game will be Crystal Dynamics’ Avengers Project, but now it appears to be the long-awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake.
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Square Enix tweet suggests Final Fantasy VII Remake will be at E3 2019
On the official Final Fantasy Twitter account (via Push Square), Square Enix has just announced a Final Fantasy VII concert that will happen June 9.
Announcing FINAL FANTASY VII - A Symphonic Reunion, the first ever official concert dedicated to #FinalFantasy VII— FINAL FANTASY (@FinalFantasy) April 17, 2019
June 9, 2019
⏰ 6pm PDT
Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles
Pre-sale tickets available on April 20 from 12pm PDT at https://t.co/qaSpu88jhb
Prices start at $77.77 pic.twitter.com/f2QcIy237m
As if taking place a few days before E3 wasn’t suspicious enough, the concert will also occur in the same city at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
While the stars seem to be aligning for the Final Fantasy VII Remake to be at E3, fans shouldn’t be too optimistic as Square Enix are masters at letting their community down.
Yet, if it’s not the Final Fantasy VII Remake, then Square Enix’s major game surely has to be the Avengers Project. If so, then gamers win either way.
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