Yesterday, we announced that Final Fantasy VII Remake and Butterfinger were joining forces to offer some exclusive DLC content to US-based gamers through a special promotion. \n \nIt actually goes beyond just Butterfinger. The promotion is a partnership with Final Fantasy VII Remake and the candy company Ferrero. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=eHdaWMP7D2s \n \nBy taking advantage of this exclusive offer, US residents can receive a free Final Fantasy VII dynamic PlayStation 4 theme featuring Tifa. All they need to do is upload proof of purchase for some candy bars. \n \nIt all starts on March 3, 2020, the original release date for the game before it was pushed back by Square to April. It will continue until May 14, 2020. \n \nIf Final Fantasy fans purchase a Butterfinger, Baby Ruth, or Crunch Bar, they can use the codes found within the packaging to get not only the Tifa theme but also some exclusive gear when the game launches on April 10, 2020. \n \nPlayers will be awarded points, which they can then trade for accessories that can be used in the game. It only takes the points from two candy bars to be able to get the Tifa PS4 theme. It's the same artwork that Square Enix released on its official website back in December. \n \nFans of the original 1997 release of Final Fantasy VII will recognize the artwork from the original game. It was one of the "Please Intert Disc _" menu screens, showcasing Tifa seated atop the well in her hometown of Nibelheim, looking up at the night sky. \n \nAfter purchasing two of the participating candy bars, Final Fantasy VII fans can then go to the promotion's official website, butterfingerff7r.com and type in the codes. After that, you'll be able to unlock the Tifa theme and any other in-game DLC accessories that you want. \n \nThe idea of a major company participating in a video game release like this is not a new concept. Monster Energy Drinks used a similar code system to unlock special DLC for Call of Duty. The NFL has also sponsored Overwatch leagues in the past. \n \nFinal Fantasy VII Remake is a complete HD Remake of the original 1997 release of Final Fantasy VII. While the original game was three PS1 discs in length, this remake will encompass multiple games. \n \nSquare confirmed back in 2015, and reiterated again in 2019, that the story will be told in chapter-like installments, each the length of a full game. \n \nFinal Fantasy VII Remake releases exclusively on the PlayStation 4 console on April 10, 2020.