A new trailer for the hotly anticipated Final Fantasy 7 Remake showed more scenes from the game’s iconic introductory “Bombing Mission.”
Lip syncing for the detailed models match with the English dub, much like Final Fantasy 15. The trailer also features Cloud with superhuman agility, similar to his appearance in the “Advent Children” film.
The trailer also showed off more combat, as well as some pre-scripted action sequences, with more explosions present in the game’s first mission. The game is scheduled for release in March 2020.
Keep tabs on the latest award winners for the best games of 2019 below.
Game of the year: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Introduced by Michelle Rodriguez and Vin Diesel, and the 2020 release of a Fast & Furious game, Sekiro is probably viewed as an upset of Death Stranding and some of the other Game of the Year finalists.
Best game direction: Death Stranding
Hideo Kojima wins for his epic tale four years in the making.
Indie game: Disco Elysium
The game developed and published by ZA/UM will take home four Game Awards this year.
Best performance: Mads Mikkelsen
Death Stranding picks up another award.
Best VR/AR game: Beat Saber
Esports game of the year: League of Legends
Best multiplayer game: Apex Legends
Remember when this game was getting crushed for a lack of updates? Respawn can probably only hear complaints out of one ear now, since it has some hardware in the other.
Best sports/racing game: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
Best mobile game: Call of Duty Mobile
Best family game: Luigi’s Mansion 3
Spanish indie developer Nomada Studio’s game prevailed and its developers offered some touching lines about the feedback they’ve received from their game about loss, pain, and endurance.
Best action game: Devil May Cry 5
In a field that included Apex Legends, Astral Chain, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Gears 5 and Metro Exodus, the Capcom title comes out on top.
Best art direction: Control
Remedy Entertainment’s game tops Gris and others for the honor.
Content creator of the year: Shroud
Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek one of the most highly regarded first-person shooter players on the planet gets the nod. He recently signed an exclusive contract to stream on Microsoft’s Mixer platform.
Best strategy game: Fire Emblem: Three Houses
The tactical role-playing game, developed by Intelligent Systems and Koei Tecmo for the Nintendo Switch gets the win.
Best audio design: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
While the community has complained of some audio bugs, particularly around footsteps, the new COD game gets the award.
Tyler Blenvins “Ninja" and Kyle Gieirsdorf “Bugha” (Chloe Aftel/for The Washington Post)
Ninja, Green Day and Ikumi Nakamura
Best esports player: Bugha
Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry handed out the award to the Fortnite World Cup champion, Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf.
Best Narrative: Disco Elysium
Presented by Jonathan Nolan, who teamed with his brother Christopher on Batman film “The Dark Knight" and HBO’s “Westworld,” Disco Elysium topped Death Stranding and The Outer Worlds.
Best community support: Destiny 2
The first award of the night was handed out before the true broadcast even began, with Bungie taking home a new award for their responsiveness to the community.
Best score and music: Death Stranding
The show’s most-nominated game picks up its first award with Ludvig Forssell arriving to accept the award at lightspeed after the announcement.
Best esports coach: Zonic
Speaking of lightspeed, the awards are coming at a fast and furious pace now, with CS:GO coach Zonic taking the honors in this category.
Best esports event: League of Legends World Championship
The European playoff, capped with a final in Paris, gets the win.
Belgian reporter and host Eefje Depoortere, better known to League of Legends fans as Sjokz, gets the hardware.
Best esports team: G2 Esports
While G2 couldn’t complete the grand slam at the League of Legends World Championships, the outfit did enough to take home the prize here.
Best fighting game: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Smash gets the win over Mortal Kombat 11, the other most popular title given the crowd reaction at the Microsoft Theater.