Final Fantasy VII Remake is coming to PS4 next month. While fans are already counting down the days until the game’s full release, they don’t have to wait long to get a taste of what’s to come. The Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo is out now on PS4, and we’re here to run you through how to download it.
Downloading Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo on PS4
First, you’ll want to head over to the PlayStation Store. It’s worth pointing out here that the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo is only available on PS4. You cannot get it on Xbox One or PC at this moment in time, as the game is exclusive to Sony’s system.
Once on the PlayStation Store screen, select the ‘Search’ option from the top of the screen and begin typing in Final Fantasy.
Not long after this, you should see Final Fantasy VII Remake appear as an option. This listing will be to pre-order the game for its full release.
However, if you keep pressing down on the d-pad while on the listing for Final Fantasy VII Remake, you’ll eventually find the demo listed.
Now all you need to do is press X on the demo and confirm you want to download it.
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo comes in at 7.593 GB, so it’s not too big in terms of install size. In other words, you shouldn’t need to clear your PS4 hard drive to fit it on.
What’s Included in Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo?
The Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo takes players through “the iconic Mako Reactor 1 bombing mission.” It’s the first chapter of the remake, and will be more than enough to give players an idea of what to expect.
On top of that, anyone who downloads the demo will get an exclusive PS4 theme once the full game launches, as long as they do so by May 11.
That’s everything you need to know on how to download the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo. For more on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.
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