Extended Final Fantasy VII Remake Trailer Shows Tifa

Square Enix opened its E3 presentation with a new extended trailer for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake. The trailer shows the remake’s new hybrid real-time and command-based combat system as well as the previously revealed versions of Cloud, Aerith, and Barret, and includes the debut appearanace of the remake’s Tifa.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be split into a number of releases. The first will be set in the city of Midgar with Square Enix stating that it will provide a full standalone experience. This first release will be available for PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020, with Square Enix also announcing a number of editions for the game. The $79.99 Deluxe Edition will include a hardcover art book, a mini-soundtrack CD, a Cactuar summon materia DLC, and a Septhiroth-design SteelBook case. Meanwhile, the Digital Delxue Edition will include a digital art book, a mini-soundtrack download, and Carbuncle and Cactuar summon materia DLC. Finally a $329.99 1st Class Edition, available exclusively form Square Enix’s Online Store, will include all of the Deluxe Edition’s content plus the Carbuncle summon materia DLC and a Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and Hardy Daytona figure box set.



Following the presentation, Square Enix also announced the key members of the voice cast for the remake:

  • Cloud is voiced by Cody Christian (All American, Teen Wolf)
  • Barret is voiced by John Eric Bentley (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Independence Day: Resurgence)
  • Aerith is voiced by Briana White (Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Occupants)
  • Tifa is voiced by Britt Baron (GLOW)
  • Jessie is voiced by Erica Lindbeck (Spider-Man, Persona 5, ThunderCats Roar)
  • Biggs is voiced by Gideon Emery (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Teen Wolf)
  • Wedge is voiced by Matt Jones (Breaking Bad)
  • Sephiroth is voiced by Tyler Hoechlin (Teen Wolf)




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3 Responses

  1. Slayer Slayer says:

    Is this game still going to be episodic as previously reported?

  2. Clix Clix says:

    So I wasn’t imagining the recast? But why? At the very least I thought Burton had to play Cloud due to his contract (hence why Cloud is undubbed in Smash). While the road to a good Aerith was long and bumpy, the rest of the cast was pretty solidly cast and had been for about 15 years.

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