Sq. Enix is warning prospects that they might not get their copies of Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake on launch day, because of the “extraordinary circumstances” attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whereas the role-playing sport continues to be slated to launch globally on PlayStation four on April 10, Sq. Enix says that some gamers could not obtain their bodily copies of Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake at launch.
“The worldwide launch of Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake on April 10 will go forward,” Square Enix said in a statement posted on Twitter. “Nevertheless, with the unforeseeable adjustments in distribution and retail panorama which varies throughout international locations, it’s more and more probably that a few of you’ll not pay money for your copy of the sport on launch date.
“We’re monitoring the scenario each day and dealing with our companions, retailers, and Sq. Enix groups throughout Europe and the Americas, to do all the pieces we will to make sure as a lot of you as potential can play the sport on April 10.”
Initially of March, Sq. Enix supplied two particular version releases of Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake: a $79.99 deluxe version with an artwork guide, SteelBook case, soundtrack, and downloadable content material; and a really restricted (and offered out) “1st Class Edition” for $329 that included an in depth Cloud Strife motion determine aboard the Hardy Daytona. Each included bodily copies of the sport.
Sq. Enix mentioned that it’ll submit an replace on the scenario on Friday, March 20. Within the meantime, in the event you’re hoping to reliably play Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake on April 10, chances are you’ll need to put money into a digital copy of the sport.