Square Enix has already preferred to deliver Final Fantasy VII Remake so that all players can get started on time. The same applies to the pre-load of the digital version, which therefore starts this week.
As can be seen from a note in the PlayStation Store, the pre-load will start on April 3, five days earlier than originally planned. However, whether this means that Square Enix will unlock the game earlier or to respond to the limitation of PSN download speed is unclear.
It is quite conceivable that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released earlier spontaneously if it turns out that the retail version should reach the players more or more in circulation or earlier. Why should buyers of the digital version be left behind?
Australia prefers release itself
In Australia, retailers simply preferred the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake themselves and are selling the game today. This is reported, among others, by the chain EB Games on Twitter. It remains to be seen how Square Enix will react to this.
#FinalFantasy VII Remake is AVAILABLE NOW on PlayStation 4!
An iconic adventure, reimagined: https://t.co/EvscgCkyxk
If you get the game early, please think of others and don’t spoil it for them. Please do not post videos or screenshots until it is officially on sale April 10. pic.twitter.com/iUEMBhxh6a
– EBGamesAUS (@EBGamesAus) March 31, 2020
Final Fantasy VII Remake will be officially released on April 10, 2020.