Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Will Be First PS5 Game To Use 2 Discs

The First AAA Game To Push The Size Envelope.

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
2 Min Read
  • The game will ship on 2 discs
  • No details yet on the discs and their contents
  • Game is releasing Early 2024

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth got its first trailer at Summer Games Fest and picks up almost after the ending of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. We get a new look at some familiar and new faces, but most importantly we learned two crucial details of the game – a release window, and how it will come on 2 discs on the PS5.

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Will Ship With 2 Discs

We keep talking about how games continue to get bigger, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake is looking to follow the tradition set in 2020 with Final Fantasy 7 Remake and also make players use 2 discs. The requirement was posted on the latest trailer, where we also learned that the release date for the title is now Early 2024, which means that the game could come between January to March 2024 if we had to wager.

The trailer confirms that the game will require two discs on the PS5, and while the requirement was there for the PS4 version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake in 2020, fans are surprised that Square Enix is already taking up the ante on a game that has previously pushed even Blu-Ray technology to its limits.

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is officially the first game to make players rely on 2 discs, which could also mean we get more cover art for the game.

The game is coming in Early 2024 for the PS4, and PS5 with no news yet on the PC version of the game.

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