FF7R (FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE), which was scheduled for release on March 3, 2020, has been postponed to April 10, 2020.
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3/3(火)発売を予定しておりました『FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE』ですが、4/10(金）へ発売日を変更させていただきます。
— FFVII REMAKE (@FFVIIR_CLOUD) January 14, 2020
There were many reactions on Twitter to the announcement of the postponement, but some said they were not surprised and could wait at all if the release date was postponed by one month.
The reason for this is that FINAL FANTASY XV (Final Fantasy 15) was announced in May 2006 (*At that time, it was announced as "Final Fantasy Versus XIII"), and in June 2013, it was retitled "Final Fantasy XV" and In June 2013, it was announced that it would be renamed "Final Fantasy XV" and become a numbered title.
On March 31, 2016, it was announced that the game would be released on September 30 of the same year, but was later postponed to November 29.
FF7R is half the time of FF15!
Compared to Final Fantasy 15, which took 10 years from announcement to release and a two-month postponement after the release date was decided, Final Fantasy 7 Remake was announced in 2015, released in 2020, and postponed one month after the release date was decided, so it is really half the time.
The Final Fantasy series is prone to postponements and changes.
If it's a one-month extension, fans can wait, so let's just pray it doesn't get postponed any further and wait until April 10!