‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ Releases Opening Movie – 5 Minutes Of Beauty

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Today the opening movie for the ‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ released. Not only does it show the scale of Midgar, but the impact the reactors are having on the world. For those of us who experienced the first ‘Final Fantasy VII’, seeing the visuals come to life with this kind of graphics is magical. We were first treated with ‘Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children’ in 2005. We wondered if we’d ever get a game that looked like that. Finally, the time is so near.

Many viewers are very excited about the YouTube video! One comment read, “The music really took center stage here. The quiet emptiness of the wasteland, the vague hint of threat from the Sephiroth chants, the echo when some guy walked on a flower, the hopeful swell right before the main theme dropped, just supremely well done and crafted with utmost care. Hollywood should take some notes, this is how you treat a beloved property.”

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‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ Releases Opening Movie – 5 Minutes Of Beauty

In the description of the video, we can “Watch the full FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Opening Movie right here ahead of the worldwide launch of the game on April 10, 2020. The planet’s very life force is being drained as Mako energy by the shadowy Shinra Electric Power Company. In the city of Midgar, a flower merchant gazes upward as a train pulls into a station…”

They recreate the opening so well, and you can put it side by side and it’s almost perfect! This keeps the hype going for April 10! A lot of us were a little worried about the delay, however if they keep giving us treats like this, we’re okay!

What do you think of the five-minute video? Does this make you more excited or is this just more cinematic stuff? Let us know in the comments below. Stay up to date with gaming news and updates at Gamestingr and be sure to follow us on Facebook and YouTube for great videos, news, and gameplay!

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