Square Enix has officially released the opening movie for FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE has been released before its April 10th, 2020, release date exclusively for PlayStation 4.
Released early this morning, Square Enix has officially revealed the Opening Movie for the FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE, which gives players an astonishing view of the beautifully remade city of Midgar, the very place where much of this release will take place when it releases exclusively for PlayStation 4 consoles.
The opening movie gives us our first look at the opening moments where Cloud Strife and the shadowy corporation, Shinra Electronic Power Company, face off for the very struggle to save the planet. Along with it, fans get to experience the newly reorchestrated soundtrack for the game, which sees the famous opening title come to life once again.
Along with it, fans can even have a chance to experience the soundtrack live before them with the FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE live during the recently announced Orchestra world Tour starting in Los Angeles this summer. The first one will take place this June, with Yosh, joining the orchestra to perform the theme song for the remake, “Hollow.”
Square has revealed that the orchestra will be conducted by Arnie Roth, the GRAMMY Award winner, who is renowned for his work on Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY. If you can’t make the Los Angeles show, Square has revealed more will take place in San Francisco, Fort Worth, Atlanta, Phoenix, New York, Chicago, Denver, Nashville, and Boston, with plenty more dates to come in the very near future.
Additionally, fans will get to experience the breath-taking music from FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE live during the recently announced Orchestra World Tour starting in Los Angeles this June. Vocalist Yosh, will also appear at the June 14th concert to perform the theme song for the remake, “Hollow.” Further concerts will take place in San Francisco, Fort Worth, Atlanta, Phoenix, New York, Chicago, Denver, Nashville and Boston with more dates and cities to be announced soon.