Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth’s New Trailer Is Hype As Hell

Talk about a rip-roaring display of action and cinematics.

Story Highlights

  • Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is a remake of Final Fantasy 7, following the first remake of the title. 
  • It’s a constituent of a three-part remake trilogy of the original Final Fantasy 7 for the PS5. 
  • A new trailer has been released for the game, showcasing Rebirth’s narrative action. 

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is the next step in line for the three-part remake of the original Final Fantasy 7 from 1997, with the first attempt being the 2020-released Final Fantasy 7 Remake. It’s all a little confusing, I know, but it’s what Square decided to go with, so hey. Anyhow, a new trailer for the upcoming PS5 exclusive was recently released, and oh boy, isn’t it the full-on goosebumps type. Take a whiff below. 

YouTube video

Titled “Destined for Rebirth,” the 1-minute footage is pumped full of thrill and adrenaline, kicking off with a menacing appearance of Sephiroth, with our hero Cloud Strife down on the ground. That sequence is followed up by a series of action-packed scenes, with a minute portion of them being gameplay-oriented as well. Of course, those who’ve played the original from back in the day know how things unfold story-wise, but reliving it all in next-gen format is truly something else. 

There are a few triple A titles that feel as cinematic as FF7 Remake and now Rebirth. They really care about shot composition and staging. Absolutely loving it,” says one user commenting on the YouTube video. Another fanatic iterates, “They had absolutely no business making the FFVII remake this good. They could have easily settled for something less but they didn’t. True love for the characters and original title. Dream come true for a fan.”


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In other news, you should know that about 80% to 90% of the development team that worked on the first Final Fantasy 7 Remake stuck around for the sequel, thereby making the whole process smooth and straightforward. As that happened, the visuals now look stunning, and the end product is something that the whole world, especially the PlayStation community, is waiting for impatiently. 

It was quite clear who to go to if we had a certain question or problem we were trying to solve. We were able to work together as a team, achieve this great flow and tempo of game development,” said game director Naoki Hamaguchi in an interview with Bloomberg. 

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth traces its release date announcement to last year’s State of Play, where the return of the fan-favorite Vincent voiced by Matt Mercer — was also made official for the public eye, The title is set to release on February 29, 2024, which is the same month as the release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League—another AAA-scale title by Rocksteady Studios. 

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