You can also see an extended look at the new style of gameplay
If you felt like there was something missing from the first E3 2019 trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake, you'll definitely want to check out Square Enix's extended version. Not only does it give us some good quality time with Tifa Lockheart, it ends with a nice little Sephiroth appearance.
You can also check out some gameplay footage starting at around the 9:45 mark in the stage demo video. It shows a bunch of action and finally answers the question of how Remake mixes real-time combat with ATB commands.
Final Fantasy VII Remake launches on March 3, 2020. In addition to the standard version it will be available in a Deluxe Edition and a Digital Deluxe Edition for $79.99 each. For the most part, the latter comes with digital versions of the former's bonuses.
There's also a whopper of a 1st Class Edition for $329.99. It comes with a Play Arts Kai Cloud and Hardy Daytona set, as well as Carbuncle Summon Materia DLC and all the content from the Deluxe Edition.