Square Enix has released new images for Final Fantasy VII Remake
that showcase Tifa’s moves in battle, a look at the game’s side quests, and introduce a new character called Chadley.
First up, Chadley can be found in the Sector 7 slums and is described as “a 15-year-old Research trainee, working under Professor Hojo.” He researches new types of Materia and employs Cloud to help him out with that pursuit.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Over 100 Screenshots
This involves completing Battle Report quests, which task you to meet certain requirements, such as making enemies burst. Complete these quests and Chadley will develop more Materia for you to buy. Chadley isn’t the first new character in the remake as we previously got to meet Roche.
Hoji, the Shira scientist that Chadley works under, is also on show in the images. You can also get a closer look at the beastly Red XII, who previously showed up in the most recent Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer. You can also see the upgraded looks of the Mako Reactor as well as the Corkscrew Tunnel, which connects the slums of Midgar to the city’s better living areas.
The new images also showcase Tifa using her martial art style in combat. She’s shown doing the moves Whirling Uppercut, Omnistrike, as well as Rise and Fall. Fill her ATB bar and you can have Tifa unleash True Strike for devastating damage, along with a powerful dive kick.
Also related to battles are the Materia in the screenshots. The Healing Materia does as you’d expect, letting you use abilities that heal friendly targets in combat. While the Deadly Dodge Materia lets you hit back immediately after evading an attack with a powerful melee strike.
Square Enix shows it’s been listening to what fans want with a show of the nail bat. Finally, we get to see the summons, including the Chocobo Chick, Carbuncle, and Cactuar. These are available to those who pre-order the game at different tiers – hit up our Final Fantasy 7 Remake pre-order guide to find out how to get each summon.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is now due to launch on April 10, 2020 for PS4 after its delay last month.
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