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The Final Fantasy VII Remake Deluxe Edition Artbook is an artbook for Final Fantasy VII Remake that came as part of the physical Deluxe and 1st Class editions of the game, officially released on April 10, 2020. A digital version, the Final Fantasy VII Remake Digital Artbook, came with the Digital Deluxe edition as a downloadable PlayStation 4 application.

The book is mostly in English, however a foreword from producer Yoshinori Kitase appears in both Japanese and English.

ContentsEdit

The Digital Artbook cycles through images, first showing a two-page spread and are then followed by slides giving a closer look at the individual images on that spread. The two-page spreads are mostly identical to the physical artbook, although they lack page numbers and a have a few other minor labeling differences.

Artworks below listed with numbers detail the slide they appear on in the Digital Artbook. Some artworks only appear on the page-spread and do not have a closer look. Certain slides feature additional artwork not on the spreads (and thus not in the physical artbook). Some artworks are also cropped on the page-spread, uncropped on the slides.

Contents
Lists the five section titles. Does not list the page numbers.
p.00

A promo render of Cloud on the Midgar Expressway riding the Hardy-Daytona.

Foreword (前書き, Maegaki?), p.01

A foreword from producer Yoshinori Kitase

Section 1: CharactersEdit

Cloud Strife, p.02-03
Aerith Gainsborough, p.04-05
Tifa Lockhart, p.06-07
Barret Wallace, p.08-09
p.10-11
p.12-13
Shinra, p.14-15
p.16-17

Section 2: SummonsEdit

p.18-19
p.20-21
p.22-23

Section 3: EnemiesEdit

p.24-25
p.26-27

The Digital Artbook does not caption Blast-Ray, while the physical artbook miscaptions Shock-Ray as "Tase-Ray".

p.28-29

The artwork of the back of the Elite Shock Trooper and Shock Trooper only appears in the Digital Artbook on their slides.

p.30-31
p.32-33
p.34-35
p.36-37

In the final game, Umbra is named Darkstar. The Eligor slide features an additional art comparing Eligor's size to Cloud's.

Section 4: EnvironmentsEdit

p.38-39

This artwork is not labeled, but it is the Sector 1 station.

Sector 1  Reactor, p.40-41
Sector 5  Church, p.42-43

This spread features one slide that is just the images without the page border and captions.

Sector 5  Slums, p.44-45

This spread features one slide that is just the images without the page border and captions.

Sector 8, p.46-47
p.48-49

This spread features one slide that is just the images without the page border and captions. These artworks are cropped to fit portrait.

Section 5: Gadgets & TechEdit

p.50-51

The small Canister, Remote Detonator piece, and the Hell House Mine back artworks are only featured on the slides.

p.52-53

This spread features one slide that is just the images without the page border and captions.

p.54-55

This spread features artwork of Cloud's are Barret's weapons, including unused concepts. The slide for Cloud's weapons only features six of the seven on the spread, but also features side views and alternate artworks.

p.56-57

This spread features artwork of Aerith's and Tifa's weapons, including unused concepts. There is no slide for Aerith's staves. Many of these are unused concepts.

p.58-59
p.60-61

The artwork of the Shinra Military Bike sans rider is only on the slide.

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