Preorders for the most anticipated RPGs for the PlayStation 4 are now open, giving people the opportunity to reserve for themselves a copy, and more, of one of the remake of the most beloved PlayStation games of all time, “Final Fantasy VII Remake.”

Fans of Cloud Strife and the whole “Final Fantasy VII” cast can now preorder the “Final Fantasy VII Remake” from the Square Enix store. The game comes in three editions: there’s a standard edition, a deluxe edition, and the first class edition that brings more than just the reimagined version of the 1997 game.

Standard Edition

The Standard Edition, which includes the game that’s expected to span two Blu-ray discs, can be purchased for $59.99. Those who preorder the standard edition, as well as other editions, will receive a DLC containing the Chocobo Chick Summon Materia. Additionally, those who order from the Square Enix store will receive double Members Rewards points.

Deluxe Edition

The Deluxe Edition, priced at $79.99, brings more than just the base game. Those who buy this edition will receive a Hardback Artbook, a CD of the game’s Mini-Soundtrack, a Steelbook Case featuring the legendary antagonist Sephiroth, and the Cactuar Summon Materia DLC. Those who order this via Amazon will find that the game currently sits at the top spot in the PS4 games category.

First Class

Last comes the First Class Edition, which most collectors will want to buy. Although it’s quite costly at $329.99, it brings everything that the Deluxe Edition has to offer, and adds three big items: the Carbuncle Summon Materia DLC and Play Arts Kai figures of Cloud and his trusty Hardy Daytona bike.

The figures are made with care and feature great detail. Cloud looks strikingly similar to how he looks in the game (at least in the trailers), complete with his signature stoic facial expression, his spiky hair, and his iconic buster sword. The figure, which measures 3.78 × 1.89 × 10.51inches (WxDxH) and weighs about 400g, sits comfortably in the accompanying Hardy Daytona bike. Comes replaceable hand parts.

The Hardy Daytona bike, on the other hand, is one good looking machine. It accurately represents the bike’s actual unique form, and features its signature sleek lines, quad exhaust pipes, bifurcated rubber back wheel and front wheel bumper. It measures 6.14 × 16.8 × 6.89 inches (WxLxH) and weighs quite heavily at 1500g. The figures come with a display stand.

Those who order after 11:59 p.m. of Feb. 18, 2020 will receive the game after release day, which is March 3, 2020.

Final Fantasy 7 cast
The beloved cast of "Final Fantasy 7" get their much deserved refresh in "Final Fantasy VII Remake."