New FFVII Remake Concept Art Celebrates Girls’ Day in Japan

The new Final Fantasy VII concept art shared by Square Enix celebrates Hinamatsuri, or Girls’ Day, which is held every March 3rd in Japan. The new pieces of concept art highlight Betty, Marlene’s friend from FFVII Remake.

Betty is six years older than Marlene. She likes to spend time with the three white cats in the Sector 7 slums, whom she considers her friends. Betty performs a dance after players complete the Wall Market sidequest called “The Power of Music.”

You can check out Betty’s new concept art below, both as a full color piece, and its line art version:

Meanwhile, here is how Betty looks like in FFVII Remake:

Betty lives with her father in the Sector 7 slums of Midgar, and she appeared as a new character in FFVII Remake. She is a side character that has minor appearances during some side quests in the game.

In November 2022, Square Enix also shared some concept art of Aerith as a child, alongside a piece depicting Aerith and her mother, Ifalna, spending time in their room in the Shinra building as it appeared in FFVII Remake.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is available for the PS4, while FFVII Remake Intergrade is out on PS5 and Windows PC.

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