Final Fantasy VII Day: A celebration for fans
After years of trying, the day has finally come for Final Fantasy VII fans!
Final Fantasy is not only a staple in the video games industry — but all over the world. But, Final Fantasy VII is one of those games that completely changed role-playing games. And, the game’s popularity instead of getting lower through the years has become bigger and bigger. That’s why celebrating the launch day – Final Fantasy VII Day – became a thing among fans.
After so many years without being official, finally, the day has come! Japan has officially registered Final Fantasy VII Day on January 31st, 2023! The news has been warmly received by gamers and fans of the Final Fantasy franchise around the world.
A special day dedicated to one of the most beloved RPGs
Final Fantasy VII, released in 1997, is a seminal work in the world of video games. It tells the story of Cloud Strife, a mercenary who joins a group of rebels to fight against the evil Shinra Corporation and the mysterious entity known as Sephiroth. With its engaging storyline, memorable characters, and stunning graphics, Final Fantasy VII quickly became one of the most popular and influential games of all time with spinoffs and a remake.
The official registration of a FF VII day is a testament to the game’s lasting impact and the passion of its fans. From now on, fans can celebrate their love for the game on this special and official day. By organizing events, playing the game, or simply sharing their favorite moments with friends.
The official announcement was made through the official Final Fantasy VII Twitter account. Besides sharing the official Japanese document, Yoshinori Kitase shared an anniversary message for all the game fans.
So, whether you’re a diehard fan who has played the game multiple times or someone who is just discovering the world of Final Fantasy VII, this is for you! Let’s come together and celebrate the magic of this iconic game! Let’s raise a glass to the world of FF VII and all the memories it has given us.