With just one week out from being released on the PS4, Square Enix is making the digital preload available for Final Fantasy 7 Remake so that you will be ready to see Cloud and the gang in a new light when the game launches. If you’re wondering what the Final Fantasy 7 preload and unlock times are, look no further.
Preload and Unlock Times for Final Fantasy 7 Remake
The good news is that, starting today, you can preload this highly anticipated remake onto your PS4, as long as you purchase the game from the PSN Store in full. As long as you have a constant internet connection for your console, it should be ready to go before the game launches on April 10.
But make sure that you have the necessary free space on your system because the Final Fantasy 7 Remake file size weighs in at 85.85GB, which is pretty substantial for a PS4 game.
Just delete some old games off of your hard drive that you never play if you need more space for Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Also, this preload today is only available for North America and Japan, with Europe and Australia to follow soon.
As for when the game will unlock, that will most likely be 12 am on launch day for your region, which is on April 10. There will be a countdown on the game page on your PS4 home screen so you can see how many days, hours, and minutes you have left until you can jump in.
That’s all you need to know regarding Final Fantasy 7 Remake preload and unlock times. Once you start the game, make sure to come back to Twinfinite to check out our Guide Wiki for the JRPG; it’ll be full of handy tips and tricks for you.
You can search for Twinfinite for everything else or have a browse through more of our coverage on the game below.
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