Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Becomes The Second-Most Downloaded PS5 Game In February

To put things into perspective, the game came out on the last day of the month.

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  • Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth has become the second-most downloaded entry on PS5 in February.
  • The title quickly tore through the ranks in a single day to reach second place in both the EU and US regions.
  • The first spot was hogged by none other than the latest third-person shooter sensation, Helldivers 2.

As revealed by Sony in a new blog, Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth has soared through the ranks to become the second-most downloaded PS5 title in February. Helldivers 2 is the only title to overshadow the newly released remake, and there is a good reason for that. Part 2 of the remake trilogy came out on the last day in February. In other words, it tore through the echelons of the PS5 charts to secure the second spot in a matter of a single day. 

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth was the second most downloaded PS5 title in February.
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth was the second most downloaded PS5 title in February.

FF7 Rebirth may have hogged the top spot given enough time. However, it has still overshadowed many giants in the gaming ecosystem, including Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, EA Sports FC 24, GTA 5, and many more. 

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Is A Hearty Recreation Of The Series’ Original Essence

Square Enix’s latest release has been showered with praises after release. The RPG manages to preserve the essence of the original Final Fantasy 7 while innovating in all the right ways possible. The compelling story mixed with fun side activities, like the huge amounts of mini-games, deeply complements the excellent combat of the game. 

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In some related news, the devs recently clarified that the remake has largely benefited from being a PS5 exclusive. It has boosted performance and made the open world more crowded than the first title.


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FF7 Rebirth came out to critical acclaim on February 29, 2024, for the PlayStation 5 exclusively. eXputer’s Syed Hamid Ali Shah meticulously reviewed the RPG and gave it a remarkable 4/5 score. It was praised for its gripping open-world, immersive combat, and well-written characters.

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