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Final Fantasy VII Remake’s delay puts players at risk of losing their pre-orders

Final Fantasy 7 Remake was originally scheduled for a March 3rd release but as announced by the official Twitter account, it’s been delayed roughly a month later on April 10th 2020. The team said that they needed the extra time to better deliver on the high expectations that fans have for the remake of their iconic Final Fantasy entry.

The same Twitter account tweeted an important message yesterday for preorders placed through their US store. Customers who preordered the game MUST opt in for the changed release date by February 28th or they will forfeit their preorder. This is likely due to legal obligations regarding marketing since the preordered promised a release date that was later changed. Payment processing for preorders on all opted in accounts will happen on same day as the opt in deadline (February 28th) and a reminder email will be sent out a week before.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is a Playstation 4 exclusive (until 2021) set to release April 10th 2020 in all regions. Preorder today on Amazon.

Comments

  1. Andriux 2 months ago

    I’m still debating on the pre-order purchase. To pre-order or not pre-order ‘tis the question. 

  2. Nanaki 2 months ago

    I don't have a PS4 but really want this game. So... Guess I'm getting a PS4 lol. Either that or I wait like a year for a PC port.

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