FF7 Remake Art Book Is On Sale For $16 At Amazon

It’s been three months since Final Fantasy VII Remake released back in April, breaking sales records and evoking heated discussions about its ending. If you’re anxious for the next installment and wishing you could dive back into the world of FF7 Remake, you might be interested in Final Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview, a brand-new art book coming this fall that will feature full-color illustrations and in-depth information about the game, its characters, and the city of Midgar.

Published by Square Enix Books, Fantasy VII Remake: World Preview will release September 8 and is available to pre-order on Amazon. Fortunately, there’s a nice discount of 34% off available right now, dropping your price to just $16.53. That’s a pretty sweet deal on a 128-page hardcover art book, and we’re guessing this will be the first of a set released for each game. The book also has Amazon’s pre-order price guarantee, so if the price drops between when you order and when the item ships, you’ll receive the lowest price it’s been on Amazon.

The FFVII Remake compendium takes you deeper into the world of the game, offering “essential information” on characters like Cloud and Tifa along with the setting, gameplay, and more. World Preview also includes an introduction from game director Tetsuya Nomura and producer Yoshinori Kitase.

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An accompanying poster collection for Final Fantasy VII Remake is also up for pre-order on Amazon and is currently on sale for $22.49, down from $25. The collection gets you 22 premium-quality removable posters featuring iconic art from the game.

The fan-favorite JRPG earned a rare 10/10 in GameSpot’s FFVII Remake review, deeming it an “essential” game for players. “Regardless of your history with the original game, Final Fantasy VII Remake is an astounding achievement. The wait for its release was a long one, but in gameplay, story, characters, and music, it delivers–the wait was worth it,” wrote Tamoor Hussain. “For first-time players, it’s an opportunity to understand why Final Fantasy VII is held in such high regard. It’s the chance to experience a multifaceted story that grapples with complex subject matter, be in the company of memorable characters, and be moved by their plight. For returning fans, this isn’t the Final Fantasy VII your mind remembers, it’s the one your heart always knew it to be.”

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