Final Fantasy 7 Remake Pop-Up Cafe In China Serves Cloud, Tifa, And Aerith Drinks

You may have played Final Fantasy 7 Remake, but have you drank Final Fantasy 7 Remake? Soon you can, if you happen to be in Beijing this month. Square Enix will be opening a pop-up cafe on June 6 with drinks themed after characters from the action-RPG.

Analyst Daniel Ahmad posted the news to Twitter, with images of the three drinks. Sure enough, each of them evokes their given character in some abstract way. The Cloud drink is tall and mostly bright yellow with a Buster Sword topper, Tifa has some berry juice and chocolate syrup paired with white ice cream, and Aerith looks pink and fruity. There are said to be nine drinks in all, so presumably other popular characters like Barret will get one too.

There’s no word of this pop-up cafe idea coming to Western countries, so these drinks will probably be very exclusive to the Beijing area.

“Regardless of your history with the original game, Final Fantasy VII Remake is an astounding achievement,” Tamoor Hussain wrote in GameSpot’s 10/10 Final Fantasy 7 Remake review. “The wait for its release was a long one, but in gameplay, story, characters, and music, it delivers–the wait was worth it. For first-time players, it’s an opportunity to understand why Final Fantasy VII is held in such high regard. It’s the chance to experience a multifaceted story that grapples with complex subject matter, be in the company of memorable characters, and be moved by their plight. For returning fans, this isn’t the Final Fantasy VII your mind remembers, it’s the one your heart always knew it to be.”

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