Final Fantasy 7 Remake is set to come out on April 10, but Aussie can get the game now.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is finally here. As we've mentioned before, the coronavirus pandemic is complicating game releases but the best option so far is to go with the physical retailers after the game broke street date.
If you do head outside, make sure to take all necessary safety precautions — don't touch your face, keep 1.5 metres away from other people and stay aware of your surroundings.
With that in mind, both EB Games and JB Hi-Fi are great options. JB Hi-Fi has the best price at $79 and while EB Games lists the game for $99.95, your local store should offer price-matching.
If you're not comfortable heading outside, Amazon is the cheapest option for delivery currently. The game costs $69 and Amazon Prime members will recieve free shipping with their orders. Otherwise, you can pay between $5.99 and $9.99 for priority delivery.
These are your other best options:
- Amazon: $79 + location-based shipping
- Big W: $79
- JB Hi-Fi: $79
- PlayStation Store: $99.95 (You'll have to wait until April 10 to play it.)
- EB Games: $99.95
Midgar is waiting. Will you answer the call?
We've all got a month still until Final Fantasy 7 Remake actually launches, which means everyone has a month to try and beat the Scorpion Sentinel without taking any damage, like this player.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is almost here, and I spent around three hours with the game recently when the game came to Sydney as part of a global press tour. The preview was enough to play through the first two chapters, boss fights and a section later on in the game. Here are five things about the remake that I loved, and one that has me worried.
Aside from the work that's gone into the first episode of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Square has done a ton of R&D into the technology behind the game. How much time exactly? Several years, according to the game's producer.