Final Fantasy 7 Remake PS4 Dynamic Themes Revealed, More to Come

Show your love for the highly anticipated JRPG with these three newly revealed Final Fantasy 7 Remake PS4 dynamic themes.

Are you a fan of one of the most recognizable and lauded JRPGs in history? Well, three Final Fantasy 7 Remake PS4 dynamic themes were revealed.

Shown on the official Final Fantasy 7 Remake Twitter account, three videos each showcasing the three themes that will be available within the next month. The first focuses on Cloud Strife and Avalanche with the Main Theme playing in the background. It will be available for free from April 10 if you download the demo before May 11.

The second puts the city of Midgar in the spotlight. On the first screen, we get a bird’s eye view of the game’s iconic setting. The second screen is a recreation of the original Final Fantasy 7 cover, with Cloud Strife looking towards Shinra Headquarters. This theme will be available for free to all PS Plus subscribers “soon.”

Lastly, the third dynamic theme is reserved for Final Fantasy 7‘s main antagonist, Sephiroth. With the Shinra theme playing in the background, this PS4 dynamic theme is a pre-order bonus for Amazon customers in the United States and other retailers in Europe.

These are the only three Final Fantasy 7 Remake PS4 dynamic themes revealed. However, the last tweet in the thread notes to “stay tuned” as more themes will be coming in the future.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake will launch for PS4 on April 10. You can check out our preview to see what we thought of the highly anticipated reimagining. If you want to try Cloud’s adventure out for yourself, a demo is currently available. Also, the original Final Fantasy 7 has been out for decades, so you can play it in its entirety right now.

In other Square Enix related news, the developer/publisher announced it will be exploring other options for revealing its previously planned E3 2020 lineup of games amid the recent coronavirus pandemic.

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