The fans of both Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy XIV are in luck if they plan on pre-ordering Final Fantasy VII Remake, as they will receive a dynamic theme showing scenes from both games if they also own Shadowbringers.
There are a number of pre-order bonuses for Final Fantasy VII Remake, including instant access to different summon monsters, such as Carbuncle and Cactuar. Square Enix is also running DLC promotions with confectionary giant Ferrero, which involves buying candy bars in order to exchange the codes on the packaging for a dynamic theme of Tifa Lockhart and for some DLC gear.
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The latest pre-order exclusive for Final Fantasy VII Remake involves a trip to Eorzea. There is now a page on the PlayStation Store for a dynamic theme that has images and songs from both Final Fantasy VII Remake and Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers. The official Twitter page for Final Fantasy XIV has images of the dynamic themes in action.
In order to be able to claim the dynamic theme, the player needs to own the playing rights to Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers and a digital pre-order for Final Fantasy VII Remake. The player has until the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake on April 10 to claim the dynamic theme.
The worlds of Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy XIV have crossed over in the past, as it’s possible to claim Cloud’s Advent Children outfit as a Veteran Reward. The developers of Final Fantasy XIV have shot down the prospect of a true crossover between the two games, even though there have been a number of Final Fantasy crossovers in the game in the past, including Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy Tactics. The Final Fantasy VII Remake series is expected to last for a few years, so it’s possible that the developers will change their minds in the future and a Midgar or Lifestream raid will happen at a later date.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released for PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020.
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