Square Enix Manga & Books is releasing two new Final Fantasy VII Remake books this fall.
Excited about the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake? Have some space on the coffee table? We have some good news. Square Enix is releasing two publications to celebrate the game’s characters, story, and world of Midgar.
Final Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview will be released on September 8, 2020. It’s a 128-page hardcover guide aimed at new players and long-time fans of the series. The book covers the game’s characters and gameplay and also features an introduction from director Tetsuya Nomura and producer Yoshinori Kitase.
Following on November 17 is the Final Fantasy VII Poster Collection. It contains 22 colour posters depicting events from the game and spin-offs including Advent Children, Dirge of Cerebus, and Crisis Core.
Both publications will be available from the Square Enix store, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indigo and independent retailers and are priced at $24.99.
The game itself is due for release on PlayStation 4 next month. However, due to the global COVID-19 crisis, Square Enix has said that stocks of the physical edition will be limited. In the meantime, you can get a taste of the game by downloading the free demo from the PlayStation Store.
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