Recently, YouTuber and Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier commentator Leo Shirogane received a magnificent surprise from Square Enix following a tournament that was held for the game in Japan. Shirogane was gifted a unique illustration from Tetsuya Nomura himself, depicting his online avatar and the iconic Cloud Strife.
Additionally, they were also gifted a scrumptious-looking fruit cake with a card of their avatar. Shirogane sure is a lucky individual. Immense congratulations to them. I sure wonder how the cake tasted.
You can view Leo Shirogane’s content via their YouTube channel (also prominently plays Apex Legends Mobile) and Twitter account. Speaking of, the tweet sharing photos of the cake and the Tetsuya Nomura artwork is viewable below:
— 白金 レオ (@KINTA_EXTRA) July 11, 2022
Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier is a mobile battle royale game that takes place in several locations around Midgar. Players are tasked with being the last member of SOLDIER standing and will have a host of abilities to keep them in the fight long enough in hectic 75-player battles.
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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is releasing for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam in Winter 2022.
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