Final Fantasy 7: Where to Watch and What to Expect Live 25th Anniversary

Square Enix will release live this Thursday (16) to mark the 25th anniversary of the launch Final Fantasy 7. The classic PlayStation game is considered not only one of the best in the Japanese RPG franchise, but also one of the best games in history.

The title, which introduced the world to characters such as Cloud, Tifa, Aerith (or Aeris), Sephiroth, Zack, Barret, Red XIII and others, has returned in recent years. In addition to the Final Fantasy VII remake, the franchise received spin-offs and other products that are expected to appear at the event.

Where to watch 25 years live Final Fantasy 7?

Broadcasting begins this Thursday at 7 p.m. (Brazilian time). Watch the event online directly via Square Enix’s YouTube channel (see video below).

In addition to the official broadcast, you can watch the event Voxel On Youtube. At 18:45 we will do a pre-broadcast, broadcast all the announcements live and then comment on our impressions along with the chats. Watch the show Voxel At the link below:

What to expect on the 25th anniversary Final Fantasy 7?

Today’s expectations are quite high as Square Enix itself has made sense of raising public outcry. Producer Yoshinor Kitase said in January that fans are looking forward to hearing Final Fantasy 7 remake Part 2 is still in 2022.

“We are working hard Final Fantasy VII: Ever CrisisSo please look forward to it. Also, as for the long-awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake [parte 2]”There will be more information … this year if we can,” he said.

In addition to Ever Crisis, we can also expect news The first soldierBattle Royale based Final Fantasy 7 Which was released for Android and iOS late last year and needs to gain more content.

Insider The Snitch also announced on Twitter that there is a possibility of announcing at the event a remake of Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core, which was originally released for the PSP in 2007.

What are your expectations for the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy 7? Leave your comment Voxel Twitter!

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