Since the fan-favorite character appears at the backend of the original story, he won't be playable in the upcoming remake.
While players must install content from both discs on the console, there won't be any swapping, with only one required for playing.
The follow-up to Square Enix's Final Fantasy 7 Remake is out on February 29th, 2024, for PS5 and will ship on two Blu-ray discs.
"To expand sales, we have planned a variety of PR activities and other initiatives," says Square Enix President Takashi Kiryu.
Regarding the upcoming Dragon Quest 12: The Flames of Fate, series creator Yuji Horii replied, "There’s still not much I can say."
The action RPG sequel's Deluxe Edition will retail for $99.99, while the Collector's Edition is priced at $349.99.
"We’ve also expanded the variety of musical genres this time around, so I think there will be plenty to enjoy," said music supervisor Keiji Kawamori.
The open beta is free to play and offers two 4v4 modes - Smash the Star and Happy Bath Survival - with eight playable characters.
The action RPG sequel's PlayStation 5 exclusivity window will end on May 29, 2024, Square Enix has confirmed.
Players can discover "different and exciting experiences" while exploring, like "new stories, battles, and mini-games to play."
Players will encounter "lots of unique games and challenges that appear as part of the side stories you can find as you explore the world map."
Creative director Tetsuya Nomura also confirmed accompanying characters who won't become party members until the next game.
Alongside the recent trailer, Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth's producer, creative director and director have revealed more details about the game.
SaGa Emerald Beyond will allow players to alter the order of turns in its combat system to allow manipulating battles.
The 2020 action RPG has exceeded 7 million in worldwide shipments and digital sales across all platforms, Square Enix has announced.
The second instalment in the Final Fantasy 7 Remake trilogy has a release date, along with plenty of new footage in a new trailer.
The classic role-playing game's remake is due out for the same platforms later this year, on November 2.
The reimagining of the entire Final Fantasy 7 story, from Before Crisis to Advent Children, is available now on iOS and Android.
The remastered collection of Final Fantasy 1-6 was first released in July 2021. It's available for PC, iOS, Android, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
The Onion Sword from Final Fantasy 3 is also available, though its stats are identical to the Braveheart and Blood Sword.