“Final Fantasy 7 Remake” is probably one of the most highly-anticipated titles in the gaming scene today.

A quick Google search shows that it continues to top Famitsu’s most wanted charts no matter how many times the gaming news outlet asks its fans.

With that said, where is it and when will it be released for the public to enjoy? A new announcement seems to imply that it won’t be long before that happens.

While game developer Square Enix continues to remain silent about the game, fans were shocked to find an announcement over on Twitter, coming from the official Final Fantasy Twitter account.

Twitter account FinalFantasy announced that a concert dedicated to one of the most famous and beloved role-playing games in history, “Final Fantasy VII,” will be held in June 9. The concert, “FINAL FANTASY VII - A Symphonic Reunion,” will be held in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles City.

The concert is set to feature an orchestra and choir composed of more than a hundred musicians, Gematsu reported. A specially-made video program featuring “Final Fantasy VII” will be shown on a giant screen on the stage. The video is said to showcase the beloved videogame’s best moments from start to finish.

Speculations

The announcement has elicited a variety of responses from fans, most of them focusing on the fact that the concert will be held just days ahead of this year’s E3, where all things videogames are shown, announced, revealed and demonstrated for all gamers and interested parties to see.

First, fans like Twinfinite noted how “Final Fantasy VII Remake” same director Tetsuya Nomura released tiny bits of information in two “Kingdom Hearts” concerts, both of them held before E3. Perhaps he’ll do the same this time.

Second, the concert tickets are sold for $77.77. Although the price doesn’t specifically say anything except that it costs more than the average videogame title, fans believe more information, even a new trailer, might be shown there.

Third, since the concert is very near to E3, fans are hoping new details, or the game itself, will make an appearance in E3, Push Square reported.

Hopefully, the concert will be more than just a commemorative event -- it should be an event where the “Final Fantasy VII Remake” finally makes it to the present time, in full playable glory.