Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth demo to be at Tokyo Game Show 2023

We have a feeling that Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth will be dominating headlines a week from now again.

Square Enix, a brand associated with some of the most well-known JRPG series in gaming, will have a lineup at the Tokyo Game Show that is drawing attention and sparking passionate debates among enthusiasts.

The game industry’s greatest minds will have the opportunity to present their audacious concepts at TGS, which is set to take place from September 21–24. This year, Square Enix’s booth promises something special: an exclusive first-look and hands-on experience with Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.

Just a week after FFVII Rebirth stole the show at the September 2023 State of Play demonstration, the gaming behemoth said that the first 100 test-play devices would be housed in its booth.

This is an opportunity for a lot of die-hard gamers to fully immerse themselves in a world they have been looking forward to. Additionally, on September 23 at 1:00 PM JST, a Final Fantasy VII Rebirth stage event will take place on TGS’s main stage, with commentary from the game’s developers and other notable figures.

And even though Square Enix has revealed their lineup for TGS, FF7 Rebirth is without a doubt the game that everyone is most excited about. Rebirth, the second game in the ambitious Final Fantasy 7 Remake trilogy, has generated a lot of conjecture in the last few months.

What role will Zack Fair play in the events leading up to FF7 Rebirth? Does FF7 Rebirth really have a new protagonist in the end? Will FF7 Rebirth arrive on the PC only three months after it was released exclusively on the PS5?And what about an Xbox port?

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth’s story remains largely unchanged from the original material, at least based on the trailers alone.

It’s unlikely that these queries will receive a response until after FF7 Rebirth is released, but it wouldn’t hurt to hold out hope for one during TGS the following week.

Returning to the subject of FF7 Rebirth’s release outside of the PlayStation, rumors suggest that the game may become more widely accessible as early as the second half of 2024. Fans’ excitement was further heightened by Tetsuya Nomura through the FF7 X/Twitter account, adding to the anticipation around the wider availability.

In a thank-you note, he announced the release of a new trailer that would highlight the game’s multicultural setting as well as the much awaited TGS test play and stage production.

There’s an ongoing theory that Cloud and the rest of the crew will meet different variations of Sephiroth in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth.

But FF7 Rebirth is only one of Square Enix’s offerings at TGS that have charm. The Second Story and other similar games Also expected to attract interest is Rand Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince, which just released a demo following a Nintendo Direct presentation.

While fans are abuzz about Square Enix’s announcement, there’s a general desire for a glimpse at the mysterious Kingdom Hearts 4. Notably, there has been talk of a new Kingdom Hearts: Missing-Link teaser being revealed at Tokyo Game Show. It makes sense to be anticipatory since this disclosure is a part of “Disney‘s 100 Years of Wonder” celebration.

With the speed at which digital information is spreading in this day and age, gamers speculate that the Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth demo from TGS may eventually make its way online. With Square Enix’s track record of rewarding fans with pre-launch demonstrations of their flagship titles, there’s growing hope that players worldwide will be able to play the TGS demo prior to the actual release.

Some believe that the whispers in the FF7 Remake trilogy are the machinations of Jenova.

Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of a possible demo as early as January, which would be a wonderful way to start 2024.

It appears that Square Enix’s upcoming TGS 2023 exhibit will be a confluence of inventiveness, nostalgia, and a monument to the developing field of interactive storytelling.

There is no denying that, as the gaming community around the world gets closer to Tokyo Game Show 2023, it may be the most memorable ever.

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