Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2: Weapons In The Digital Art Book?

The Digital Deluxe version of Final Fantasy VII Remake had an extra digital art book, and in it, we see a few weapons that might showcase future items we could use.

Let’s not beat around the bush: Final Fantasy VII Remake doesn’t entirely cover the complete story that we have seen in the PS1 original in 1997, meaning the PlayStation 4-exclusive that launched on April 10 just gives us the first slice of the plot. On Reddit (), there are already discussions about what the first part’s digital artbook contains, and let’s just get the forewarning out of the way: only read the next paragraph at your risk, as it might contain spoilers…

Amongst Cloud’s weapons, we can find the Rune Blade, and the Organics – the latter can be used by Final Fantasy VII’s protagonist from midway through the game. You could quickly recognize the rest, too, but where’s the fun in that? The images showcase below what Tifa and Barret could also receive in future instalments of the game.

Square Enix has also announced that the total worldwide shipments and digital sales of Final Fantasy VII Remake have surpassed 3.5 million units in the first three days. (In Europe and Australia, the physical copies have broken street date, meaning you could buy it earlier than April 10 in the stores due to the coronavirus flipping the distribution upside down.) The publisher says the digital sales are exceptional and that they continue to increase.

In Japan, Cloud’s story’s first chapter is also performing well – Famitsu and Gamer.ne.jp report that just in this country, the total sales are over a million. The physical edition shipped 733K copies, and the players bought 702853 units, so the digital sales are at least at 267K units on the PlayStation Store.

Keep in mind that the game is a timed PlayStation 4-exclusive, but in this period, it might hit ten million sales.

Source: WCCFTech, Gematsu

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