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Final Fantasy VII Monopoly launching in 2017

Final Fantasy VII Monopoly is real thing being created by Merchoid, and it’s coming in 2017.

Merchoid, a video game merchandise specialist, hopes to launch the FF7-themed version of the iconic board game on April 14, 2017.


You can expect this special version to incorporate famous characters, locations and monsters from the beloved JRPG.

“It’s every family’s favourite board game in a Final Fantasy 7 theme, so it will feature Cloud, Aeris, Sephiroth and all your favourite characters and locations. Whether your plans are to buy housing for the people or build a Mako reactor plant, you’ll soon discover the real nature of Sephiroth’s evil is the extortionate amount of rent he charges,” explains Merchoid community manager Jessica Adams.

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If Final Fantasy VII Monopoly isn’t your cup of tea, you can play the original game on PS4 right now, complete with trophy and cloud save support.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is currently in development for PS4 and PC, and will be released as a multi-part series.

The game will cost you £34.99 and is now available to pre-order on the Merchoid website.

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