Final Fantasy VII Remake is no doubt one of the best games released in 2020 so far, earning an “essential” 10/10 in GameSpot’s Final Fantasy VII Remake review for its superb combat, charming cast, compelling story, and more. With many people stuck inside right now due to the coronavirus pandemic, FFVII Remake’s release couldn’t have come at a better time for PS4 owners, but production issues surrounding the game’s release led to pre-order shipment delays and physical copies selling out quickly by release day (April 10). Since then, it’s been near-impossible to find FFVII Remake physical copies in stock at major retailers, but if you’ve been holding off on buying the game, you’re in luck, as some retailers are restocking the game in limited quantities.
GameStop currently has both the physical standard edition and the Deluxe edition in stock for their standard list prices of $60 and $80, respectively. The listings say the game should ship within 24 hours, so you won’t have to wait much longer to dive in and start playing.
Meanwhile, Amazon restocked the game temporarily, but we’ve seen availability go in and out just today. As I was writing this story, the Deluxe Edition went out of stock, while the standard edition became available and then sold out again. Amazon’s stock, should you land on the page while it’s available, isn’t shipping until May 28 anyway, so your best bet right now is to order your copy from GameStop before stock is completely gone.