Zack carrying Cloud in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: Where Does it End?

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth continues the retelling of Final Fantasy 7 and ends at the most pivotal point in the original story.

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is the second game in a planned trilogy. As such, we’ve now had more than half of the original story told across these two games. However, if you’re trying to keep track of just how much of the original game has been remade thus far, you’ll need to know exactly when Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth ends. Of course, for those in the know, it ends at one of the most heartbreaking yet important moments.

Warning: This article contains spoilers for the end of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth.

Where Does Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth End?

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth ends after Aerith’s death in the Forgotten Capital, which is also the end of Final Fantasy 7 Disc One. This is just over halfway through the original game’s story, which was around 20 hours for Disc One and 10 for Disc Two. Of course, the events of Rebirth are significantly different from the original game’s, and they change a lot regarding Aerith’s death. So, it’s possible that the third game in the series will be just as long, if not longer than Rebirth.

Nevertheless, Remake and Rebirth make up the entirety of Disc One, and the third game will be the whole of Disc Two. This was first confirmed by Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth’s Creative Director, Tetsuya Nomura, in an interview with the official PlayStation blog. In that interview, Tetsuya stated that the game would take players up to “The Forgotten Capital, where the greatest fate of Final Fantasy VII awaits you.”

Aerith death sequence in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth

Naturally, players will still have a lot of game to get through in order to reach the endpoint. There’s plenty of main and side content for you to finish, including a whole new card game developed specifically for Rebirth. That’s everything you need to know about the endpoint. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Guide Hub.

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