Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Collector’s Edition revealed

Though not shown during the State of Play livestream, a Collector's Edition for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was announced.

During the latest State of Play livestream, PlayStation revealed a brand-new Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth trailer mentioning a February 29 release exclusively for the PlayStation 5 console.

You can check out the latest trailer below for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth:

The trailer was full of nostalgic goodness if you ask me but perhaps the most noteworthy detail they’ve shown is the reveal of Vincent, a fan-favorite character.



Think you were out of the woods yet and thought, “good thing they did not announce a collector’s edition”. Well, I’ve got some really great news! (Or bad, depending on the state of your wallet).

Though not officially announced during the State of Play livestream, a Collector’s Edition for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth was revealed just a few minutes after the presentation.

Based on the image above, the bundle includes:

  • Digital content for the game
  • Steelbook case and regular case with reversible cover
  • Soundtrack
  • Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth artbook
  • A figure of the one-winged angel himself, Sephiroth – in all his 19-inch glory!*

As of writing this, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth’s Collector’s edition isn’t available to preorder yet. Expect though that once the PO’s go online that this item might sell out quickly.


For those who haven’t played the Final Fantasy 7 remake that came out in 2020, here’s a snippet from our review:

“Final Fantasy VII Remake is an expanded retelling of the iconic game we fell in love with, with hours more content of just the Midgar portion of the game. This means we are bound to get multiple installments, there will be a lot of ground to cover before we get to fight Sephiroth in the Northern Cave at the very end. Some major plot points that revolutionized the series haven’t even happened yet, and as an existing fan and after playing this game, I can’t even begin to imagine what that will be like.

This game takes you on a roller coaster ride that you think you know already but has enough extended content to keep you guessing and invested. The game really makes you care about support characters by learning more about them and their involvement with the AVALANCHE cause. The characters and environments feel relatable and lived in which makes you feel like part of a community rather than a player trying to progress through a game.

Whereas there is room for improvement, the positives greatly outweigh the negatives and are quite forgivable in the grand scheme of things. The only major downside right now is having to wait a few more years to continue this great story and get onto the next chapter of the Final Fantasy VII Remake. We have waited 20 years for Square Enix to deliver, and they definitely did not disappoint. Just remember, go in with an open mind and the new content will be just as enjoyable as playing the game for the first time all over again.”


Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will be available exclusively for the PlayStation 5 on February 29, 2023. And for those wondering, yes its a leap year!

*Edit: pre-order’s are up now for the NA store. And I’m not kidding about the 19 inches, that’s from Square Enix’s official NA website.

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