Square Enix is giving you another chance to get your hands on the Final Fantasy VII Remake 1st Class Edition. The Japanese video game titan put stock back in its online storefront, and it is still at $329.99. This PlayStation 4 Final Fantasy 7 game is exclusive to the Square Enix Store.
According to the official Final Fantasy VII Remake account’s tweet, this edition has an extremely limited supply. This exclusive release will have the usual content such as:
- Final Fantasy VII Remake
- Art Book
- Mini-Soundtrack disc that includes the soundtracks
- Steelbook case for the game
- Cactuar and Carbuncle Summon Materia DLC that you can use as bonus summons
Aside from that, the exclusive items are the Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and the Hardy Daytona, as seen in the image above. The figure includes a stand and interchangeable hand parts that you can use for him to wield his Buster Sword or ride his bike.
Also included in the post is Square Enix’s limit of three units per customer.
Aside from this Final Fantasy 7 Remake 1st Class Edition, other FFVII remakes are available, and these are the Standard Edition and the Deluxe Edition.
Players who will avail of the Standard Edition will get the FFVII Remake game, reversible cover, and Chocobo Chick Summoning Materia DLC (if you pre-ordered) for $59.99. The Deluxe Edition, on the other hand, has the game, reversible cover, art book, mini-soundtrack, steelbook, Chocobo Chick Summoning Materia DLC (if you pre-ordered), and Cactuar Summoning Materia DLC for $79.99.
The only difference between the Deluxe Edition and the 1st Class Edition is the Carbuncle Summoning Materia DLC and the limited edition Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and Hardy Daytona. And, of course, the hefty $250 difference.
Final Fantasy VII is a 1997 role-playing video game by Square Enix (used to be Squaresoft) for PlayStation. Its development began in 1994 and was originally made for Super Famicon but encountered delays and difficulties. It is now known as a landmark game and one of the most influential games ever made.
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