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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Launch Trailer and a Mistake Made in Japan

Square Enix has shared a launch trailer for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, in which it provides a small spoiler and showcases the development of the story and characters. However, they may have made a mistake in the physical version on the game, but only in Japan and other Asian countries.

FFVII Rebirth Launch Trailer

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is the sequel to the first entry in the ongoing trilogy of Final Fantasy VII Remake. In this new edition, Cloud and his companions escape the dystopian city of Midgar, embarking on a journey across the planet. To do so, players will have to travel in various ways, such as riding their chocobo, solving puzzles, and helping the inhabitants of a crumbling world.

Oops! Mistakes Were Made

On the other hand, in Japan, players are not very happy with Sony. The discs of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth are incorrectly labeled. A printing error by Sony in the physical version of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth has resulted in the FFVII Rebirth discs being mislabeled, meaning the instructions are reversed.

Many players wonder who uses discs in 2024, right? Well, in this case, it might be justified, as the game requires a massive 145.250 GB of storage space! This would leave little room on consoles for other games, though you generally have to install to your hard drive anyway in order to play.

Nevertheless, Square Enix has apologized to players for this incident. This issue has only occurred in Japan and Asian countries. In the west, players will have to wait a few more hours to see if the error is repeated or they will have time to correct it
Get ready to tame your chocobo because Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the winner of the most anticipated game award according to The Game Awards is already available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.


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