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PlayStation 5 owners can get one of the console's best RPGs for free

Emma Flint

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PlayStation 5 owners can get one of the console's best RPGs for free

Featured Image Credit: Square Enix

One of the best RPGs released on the PlayStation can be yours, for free. And no, you don’t need PS Plus to obtain it, you just need to be a Final Fantasy fan.

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As any member of the fandom will tell you, we haven’t got long to wait before Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth launches on 29 February. Inspired by the open world of The Witcher, the next instalment in the Square Enix remake trilogy is set to solidify these remakes as some of the best seen within the industry.

Don't sleep on the stunning Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth trailer!

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The sequel to Final Fantasy VII Remake will begin where the remake left off: everyone trying to escape from Midgar. It looks like a fantastic remake from the previews we’ve seen, and one that’s on a lot of to-play lists for the GAMINGbible team.

Arguably, what makes its upcoming launch even more thrilling is the fact that pre-orders will include the full PS5 version of the Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade for free. This “double pack” will allow players to explore the first of the remake trilogy in full, ready for when they dive into the epic antics of FFVII Rebirth.

Better still for long-time fans, this bumper pack of goodies is a fraction of its normal retail price, costing only $69.99 instead of $99.99. We appreciate that’s still a lot of money, but when you get two games for the price of a new one, it’s a price tag that feels justified.

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Everyone interested in getting the double pack for the discounted price will need to preorder it before 29 Feb – once that date has been and gone, this deluxe version of the game will return to the heftier price we mentioned earlier.

We’re counting down the days until we can sink our teeth into the next chapter of the 1990s remake, and hope to see some of you there fighting the good fight alongside us, in spirit.

Topics: Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy 7, PlayStation, PlayStation 5, Sony, Square Enix

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