Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier Official Live Stream #0 set for May 7

New Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade information also teased.

Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier Official Live Stream #0

Square Enix will host the “Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier Official Live Stream #0″ on May 7 at 20:00 JST, the company announced. You will be able to watch it on YouTube in Japanese, and on Twitch in Japanese with English commentary.

The broadcast will feature the latest information and first live gameplay of Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, as well as new information on Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade at the end of the stream.

Presenters include MC Taiga Kishi (game caster), assistant Kasumi Ahizawa (gamer talent), guests Butter (pro gamer / FAV gaming) and Tenkomori-O (Ojidori Daimyou), and development staff Shouichi Ishikawa (producer / Square Enix) and Tetsuya Nomura (creative director / Square Enix / voice-only).

In related news, Square Enix has opened both English and Japanese Twitter accounts for Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, as well as an official Discord server.

Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier is due out for iOS and Android in 2021. Read more about the game here and here.

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