could well be around the 100GB mark.Photos of what seem to be FF7 Remake’s back cover have begun appearing, including this one posted by Twitter user Pixelbuster, which appear to confirm the size of the upcoming release.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will be over 100GB pic.twitter.com/WNgBjpgGD7
— Pixelbuster (@Nitomatta) February 17, 2020
The cover is in Korean, but if you look at the blue and white rectangles that outline the storage requirements and compatibility, you can see that next to the one marked HDD it’s labelled as 100GB.
Whether these images are real remains to be confirmed and even if they are it’s unclear whether the 100GB would be referring to a single disc or be taking into account the size of the whole collection which we know will arrive across multiple blu-rays. What we do know for sure about the cover for now is that it looks cool and is reversible.It’s no real surprise this game is going to take up space, especially based on the stunning cinematics, like this opening movie as well as some of these (slightly odd) new character designs. If you’re not convinced or just want a nostalgia hit, check out this comparison to the original release.
For those excited for the remake, you can preorder it to receive these bonuses. If you’ve already done so, you better confirm that with Square Enix to make sure it doesn’t get cancelled.The Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be released on April 10, 2020 after a one month delay and this means the PS4 exclusivity will also push back other console releases.