With Final Fantasy VII Remake launching on 3 March 2020, Square Enix have revealed the details for the upcoming physical editions of the PlayStation 4 release.
On top of the standard edition, there will be a Deluxe Edition, as well as a 1st Class Edition. The standard edition has a suggested retail price of S$79.90 for the physical version, and S$74.90 for the digital version. Both versions will come in Asian Localized Version (English and Japanese voices, with Chinese and Korean text) and the Asian English Version (English and Japanese voices, with English text).
Pre-orders for the digital editions were launched earlier this year.
The Deluxe Edition (S$109.90 physical)
The Deluxe Edition will contain:
- Final Fantasy VII Remake
- Deluxe Edition Package
- Sephiroth Steelbook® Case
- Mini-Soundtrack CD
- Hardback Artbook
- Bonus Summon Materia DLC “Cactuar”
There’s also a S$103.90 digital Deluxe Edition … that will include
- Digital Artbook
- Digital Mini-Soundtrack
- Cactuar Summon Materia
- Carbuncle Summon Materia
The 1st Class Edition (S$479.90)
The 1st Class Edition will contain:
- Full game of Final Fantasy VII Remake (sounds like you’re pre-ordering all episodes of the game)
- All Deluxe Edition Content
- Play Arts Kai Cloude Strife and Hardy Daytona box set (bundled separately)
Those who pre-order any version of the game will also receive the “Chocobo Chick” Summon Mateira DLC at launch, while those who pre-order any digital edition from the PlayStation Store will also receive a Dynamic Theme for the PlayStation 4.
TLDR: Anybody willing to donate S$479.90 to us?