Final Fantasy 7 Monopoly is real and it's due out in 2017

Do not pass gil.

Finally, it's happened: Final Fantasy 7 Monopoly is real.

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Hope you land on the right Square.

It's the work of Merchoid, a video game merchandise specialist, which said to expect a launch on 14th April 2017 - 20 years after the JRPG classic came out on PSone.

Expect Monopoly to incorporate characters, locations and lore from FF7. Here's more from Merchoid community manager Jessica Adams:

It's every family's favourite board game in a Final Fantasy 7 theme, so it will feature Cloud, Aeris, Sephiroth and all your favourite characters and locations. Whether your plans are to buy housing for the people or build a Mako reactor plant, you'll soon discover the real nature of Sephiroth's evil is the extortionate amount of rent he charges.

Here's a mock-up of the box. The game costs Ł34.99 and is available to pre-order on the Merchoid website now.

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