Final Fantasy 7 Remake Trailers: Every Trailer Released so Far

Final Fantasy VII Remake official artwork
Final Fantasy VII Remake official artwork / Square Enix

Final Fantasy VII Remake trailers have been being released leading up to one of the most hyped game releases ever.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake is just over a month away. It's been a long road to get to this point with multiple teasers and announcements along the way. This is to be expected, as such a long-standing franchise has millions of fans eager for updates. This is a huge and long-awaited undertaking, after all.

While this remake is a trip down memory lane, in and of itself, how about a trip of our own before March 3?

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Trailers: Every Trailer Released

1. E3 2015

This is the very first trailer associated with the Final Fantasy VII Remake. It debuted at E3 on Jun. 15, 2015. The script, itself, is very prophetic, stating that "they have returned" while focusing on a shot of Cloud Strife walking toward the light. Clearly, this was very much meant as a teaser for the greater things to come.

2. PSX 2015

This trailer debuted on Dec. 5, 2015 at PlayStation Experience. It primarily features Cloud Strife and has a good mix of cinematic cut-scenes and rough gameplay to stoke the interest of its audience. No doubt this trailer was a smash hit for Final Fantasy fans eagerly awaiting an update to confirm the announcement months earlier.

3. Teaser | State of Play

In this trailer, we see more of the side characters and gameplay than ever before. Although it opens with the fact that this footage is subject to change, it remains consistent with the tone and style displaced previously. We also get to hear more lines from other voice actors in accordance with the growth of the project. It debuted on May 9, 2019.

4. E3 2019

The E3 2019 trailer opens similarly to the teaser released in May and then opens to a wide shot--reminiscent of the very first trailer for the original Final Fantasy VII. This time the gameplay shown is more environmental interaction than strictly combat. Additionally, we see much more of fan-favorite Tifa Lockhart than ever before. It debuted on Jun. 10. This is the longest trailer clocking in at just over four minutes and includes the release date of March 3, 2020.

5. TGS 2019

As expected, we see way more characters introduced than any instance prior. The combat looks refined, voice acting is varied and superb, and we're finally treated to more footage of scenes from the original game. This may not be the last trailer we see for the remake. Regardless, it certainly lives up to the fans' expectations.