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Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII has been updated on Switch, and the game is now at version 1.0.2. The update addresses just a couple of issues.

Below are the official patch notes:

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Play-Asia has opened pre-orders for the just announced Final Fantasy VII & Final Fantasy VIII Remastered Twin Pack. You can reserve it here.

As a reminder, this is the first physical release of Final Fantasy VII & Final Fantasy VIII Remastered. It originates from Asia, but full English support is included.

Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII Remastered are getting a physical release, Square Enix has revealed. The two RPGs will be sold in a single package for Switch later this year. Best of all, an English language option has been confirmed.

Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII Remastered are both currently available on the Switch eShop. The latter game was thought to be receiving a physical version, but that didn’t pan out. Now, however, we know that there will be a physical edition for both classics thanks to this new Asian release.

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Final Fantasy VII has been updated to version 1.0.1 on Nintendo Switch. This patch fixes the looping music glitch that had been plaguing the game and it also makes the transition between cutscenes and gameplay smoother.

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