Square Enix has revealed that it has shipped Final Fantasy VII Remake to Europe and Australia “earlier than usual” due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Due to this, fans in these markets may get the game earlier than the official Final Fantasy VII Remake release date of April 10. The company has asked those early players not to post Final Fantasy VII Remake spoilers stating that despite being a remake of the 1997 classic, it has “many surprises for everyone”.

Final Fantasy VII Remake street date break

That said, we’re yet to see early copies hit. Outside of two images from the same source on Reddit and a Gumtree listing, there’s little to suggest a Final Fantasy VII Remake street date break has taken place right now. More over, the usual countries that see release dates broken like the UAE and Saudi Arabia don’t have anything yet. However, considering the hype around Final Fantasy VII Remake, expect that to change this week.

For its part, Square Enix has claimed it has no control on when the game would arrive. It made that statement before those images surfaced on Reddit.

What about the Final Fantasy VII Remake India release date?

With a 21-day lockdown in place in India, it’s unlikely that Final Fantasy VII Remake would meet its official release date in the country, let alone have an early release. The Final Fantasy VII Remake Deluxe Edition is making it here as well. The Final Fantasy VII Remake Deluxe Edition India price is Rs. 5,699 on specialist retailer Games The Shop which is lower than expected. It is likely priced at Rs. 5,699 and not Rs. 5,999 or higher to be competitive with the digital price on PSN which is Rs. 5,699 for the Digital Deluxe Edition.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Deluxe Edition contents

  • A hardback art book featuring stunning concept art.
  • A Mini-Soundtrack CD.
  • Summon Materia DLC allowing players to summon Cactuar in game.
  • Sephiroth Steelbook Case.
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake on PS4

For what it’s worth, we found the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo to be a welcome return to form for Square Enix. Hopefully the full game lives up to what that slice of gameplay had to offer.