Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 Is Already In Development
Just recently, the folks over at Square Enix dumped a whole bunch of new Final Fantasy VII Remake screenshots onto our laps, showing off the game’s weapon upgrade system, the Chocobo summon, and plenty more. While that may be enough for most fans looking forward to the title’s March 2020 release, Square Enix has now gone one step further by revealing that the game’s sequel is already in development.
In a recent blog post over on the Square Enix website, Final Fantasy VII Remake game director Tetsuya Nomura revealed that the second game in the overarching FF7 remake is already in the works. “We’ve already begun working on the next one as well,” Nomura-san began, “but I’m confident that playing through this title will expand your expectations just like the world that extends beyond Midgar.” Nomura-san continued to state that while the first game will of course focus on Midgar, its size will be even greater than one might expect.
Even in this Midgar portion alone, the density and volume are so great that I had to give directions to lighten them.”
This is good news for those of us – myself included – that are already wondering when to expect the next entry in the series. The fact that the sequel is already in development is nice to hear, as is the fact that any ‘next part’ following next year’s release will be more streamlined due to all the work that’s already been done thus far. All that’s left now is to wait and see how part one turns out.
Final Fantasy VII Remake releases exclusively for the PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020.
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