Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Ultimania “Secret Info” Teased in New Trailer

    Square Enix has released a new trailer today for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Ultimania. This PV teases new “secret” info, developer interviews, mechanic breakdowns, and so much more. Sitting at 752 pages, this is the largest Ultimania ever to be released. We’re expecting loads of exciting content to keep fans excited in the wait for the final title of the Final Fantasy VII Remake Project. The cover of the FFVII Rebirth Ultimania features key art of Aerith Gainsborough praying at The Forgotten Capital. Acting as the key moment in this part of the story, selecting this art as the front cover is fitting.

    The Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Ultimania is set to release on April 12, 2024. This does not include the English version of the Ultimania, as that has no date as of now. Currently, the Final Fantasy VII Remake: Material Ultimania is available and translated in the West. However, the Final Fantasy VII Remake: Material Ultimania Plus has yet to be released, aiming for a November 19, 2024 date as of now.

    You can pre-order the Rebirth Ultimania here directly from Square Enix. The trailer teases “secret info” within the Ultimania (thank you for the translations, @aitaikimochi!). You can watch the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Ultimania trailer below.

    Yesterday, a trailer was also released for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Original Soundtrack. Sitting at 175 tracks, this release offers a dive into the world of Rebirth and its incredible music. Both a Standard Edition and ~Special Edit Version~ are available to pre-order, similar to Final Fantasy VII Remake. Each will release on April 10, 2024.

    Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is available now exclusively for PlayStation 5. In case you missed it, be sure to check out our 5/5 review of the game, where we stated, “Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a generational RPG that exemplifies everything there is to love about the medium.”

    Noah Hunter
    Noah Hunter
    Noah is Final Weapon’s Editor-in-Chief. He co-founded the website in June 2019 and has been writing for it ever since. In total, he has over five years of writing experience across many publications, including IGN Entertainment. His favorite series include Xeno and Final Fantasy.

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