Final Fantasy VII Rebirth It is one of the most anticipated games for the first month of next year. Not only are many waiting to see how the story presented to us in the remake will progress, but others are curious to see if the iconic Aerith scene we found in the original title will be changed or remain intact. Thus, The game’s recent rating gives us an idea of what we can expect from this title.
Recently, ESRB, the agency in charge of the rating game in the United States, revealed this Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Rated T for Teens. However, it’s the details we’ll find here that have caught the eye and could well indicate that Aerith will suffer the same fate in this story as she suffered in the original 1997 title.
What is mentioned about it is:
“This is an action role-playing game where players follow the story of a mercenary (Cloud Strife) to save the planet from evil. Players explore the fantasy landscape, do quests and engage in frenetic hand-to-hand combat with monsters and soldiers. Characters use swords, staffs, guns, and magic spells to fight monsters and human soldiers; Combat is highlighted by impact sounds, screams of pain and explosions
Scenes show more instances of violence, sometimes with splashes or pools of blood; An assassin throwing a spinning sword at a target; Characters shot by soldiers.”
It is this last detail that sets off a series of speculations regarding Aerith. Although many think that this character can escape his fate, thanks to this incident Remake The PlayStation 1 game presents us with characters that keep them connected to the main story, The ESRB’s description would indicate that we’ll see the same result for Aerith reincarnation.
That’s not all, as the ESRB description ends:
“Some female characters are designed in revealing clothing (eg, plunging necklines); Sometimes suggestive dialogue is accompanied by panning shots/close-ups of characters’ bodies/clothes (eg ‘Admit it. You’re obviously fascinated by my spectacular beach body.’) The game has some alcohol content: like Cloud, players can drink a version of Moonshine while at the bar; Cutscenes occasionally show drunken characters slurring their words A handful of cutscenes feature characters smoking cigars or using hookahs The words “shit,” “asshole” and “pro*ck” appear in the game.”
This last part of the narrative reveals that the scenes on the Costa de Sol can be extended considerably, to the extent that we see multiple characters, whether major or minor, in bikinis and revealing outfits. Similarly, The use of alcoholic drinks and strong words will indicate Sid’s characterWho we haven’t seen in any of the game’s trailers so far, but considering the story he’d like to cover Final Fantasy VII RebirthWe will likely see this in action in some form.
Let us remember that Final Fantasy VII Remake We met Red XIII, but the player did not have a chance to control him, because he joined our group during the last hour of the game. Thus, Something similar can happen reincarnation with CIDAnd we will have the chance to fully control this character till the next installment.
While the information from the ESRB is interesting and sparks a lot of speculation about Aerith, we don’t have any official information about this point in the story at this point. In this way, we have to wait until Next February 29, 2024, when Final Fantasy VII Rebirth PS5 comes, to get clear answer. On a related topic, you can check out our hands-on game here. Likewise, you cannot use your old files in this title.
Aerith’s life or death is a very, very interesting topic Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. Subjectively speaking, Remake presents us with a very interesting narrative point, whereby Aerith keeps her life. However, the simple story of his death carries a very large narrative weight Final Fantasy VIISo keeping him alive or killing him will have powerful implications for the community and the game.