The Final Fantasy 7 remake is about to be released. A few days before the launch, Square Enix released the preloads on PS4. Pre-orderers of the digital version are given the opportunity to download the files necessary for playing in advance. This makes perfect sense for the new edition of the role-playing classic, as there is a download of around 90 gigabytes. You can play from April 10th. The creators do not want to prefer the release of the digital version of the Final Fantasy 7 remake. Our big test is already online.
The preloads for the Final Fantasy 7 remake are live. Pre-orderers of the digital version now have the option to download the files necessary for playing on PS4 in advance. The download size of the Final Fantasy 7 remake is around 90 gigabytes. With a preload you prepare for the activation on April 10th. Square Enix does not want to start the digital version earlier: The launch is still planned for this Friday, as the publisher recently announced. An early start could lead to logistical problems – and disrupt the digital start for everyone.
Due to the corona crisis, Square Enix recently announced that it would prefer to deliver the physical version of the Final Fantasy 7 remake for Europe and Australia. The publisher wanted to ensure that all players can start the adventure on time on the launch day.
The early deliveries led to the first players already holding their disc version in their hands. Leaks and extensive game impressions have been circulating through the vastness of the Internet for several days. The first tests have been online since yesterday. In our big test for the Final Fantasy 7 remake you will read what you can expect from the new edition. We have included our test video below. The new edition will be released on April 10th exclusively for PlayStation 4.
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