Unboxing Final Fantasy VII Rebirth: What's Inside The $350 Collector's Edition?

Zinger Key Points
  • Square Enix unveiled "Final Fantasy VII Rebirth," releasing on February 29, 2024.
  • The game has a $349.99 Collector's Edition.

Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd. SQNXF unveiled a new gameplay trailer for "Final Fantasy VII Rebirth" during Sony's State of Play event, the next installment in the FF7 Remake trilogy.

The game promises exciting changes and continues the story from Final Fantasy VII Remake, with a separate yet connected timeline.

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The trailer introduces new elements, like Zack from Crisis Core, and features some unexpected scenes.

It's set for release on Feb. 29, 2024, with standard and deluxe editions priced at $69.99 and $99.99, respectively.

However, the Collector's Edition, priced at a hefty $349.99, includes the Deluxe Edition, an art book, mini soundtrack, SteelBook® case, a large Sephiroth statue, and various in-game DLC items.

Whether it's worth the steep price depends on individual preferences, with some gamers excited about the collectibles and others uninterested. The game will be exclusive to PlayStation 5.

In related news, the Japanese company has seen a significant loss of approximately $2 billion in value following the release of "Final Fantasy 16" in June. Square Enix's stock has declined by nearly 30% since the game's launch.

Despite the initial sale of three million copies during its launch week, there have been discussions about whether the game met Square Enix's sales expectations.

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