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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth State of Play Coming February 6th

Screenshot of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth fans will have to wait just a little longer before they get the next piece of exciting news. Sony has announced that a State of Play for Square Enix’s upcoming action RPG will come out on February 6th.

In the last 20 seconds of a nearly 43-minute presentation, Sony’s Shawne Benson promised an “extensive look” at the game, saying new gameplay details and “exciting news” would be shared. PlayStation’s official Twitter/X account also published the announcement:

Like perhaps many Final Fantasy VII Rebirth fans, I was doing my best Sonic the Hedgehog impression, checking my watch as Death Stranding 2‘s trailer dragged on for longer than ten minutes. The game is due out in less than a month, so surely there was going to be some piece of news today… right?

Although Final Fantasy VII Rebirth being relegated to the last few seconds of a major show seems somewhat odd on its face, perhaps the move was on purpose just to leave us on the edge of our seats for next week. And what could this “exciting news” be about? All we can do is tune in next week.

No matter. Be it today, February 6th, or any other day of the year, you’ll find the latest updates for all your favorite RPGs here at RPGFan.

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Kyle Cantelon

Kyle Cantelon

Kyle is just embarking on his main quest at RPGFan and couldn't be more excited to join the team. He discovered the RPGFan community a couple of years ago and, after growing up in Western Canada as a "jock," was thrilled to realize that there were others in the world who learned roman numerals as a teenager thanks to the Final Fantasy series. Contributing to the news team is his main objective at the site and it is his goal to project the confidence of Ron Burgundy while keeping everyone from realizing he might just be Brick Tamland.

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