Final Fantasy VII Remake Still Releasing In Multiple Parts
News outlets and gamers alike were shocked when Square Enix released a new Final Fantasy VII Remake gameplay trailer during Sony’s State of Play stream. The first new trailer in years, viewers were shown more footage of the game’s beginning bombing mission, as well as an official first look at Aeris. Now, given that it has been several years since the remake was initially revealed, Square Enix has once again restated that the Final Fantasy VII Remake will still be releasing in multiple parts, rather than just a typical one-time game release.
The Japanese publisher reconfirmed its multi-release plans in a new blog post over on the Square Enix website. “For Final Fantasy VII Remake, which will be reborn on PlayStation 4, there is a lot of content to review in doing a full remake,” the publisher said, “and production is underway as multiple parts.” This of course isn’t new news, as Square Enix said the same thing just after the game was officially revealed. That said, a lot can change in four years. The multi-part release plan just isn’t one of those things.
The recent gameplay trailer isn’t the only new Final Fantasy VII Remake goodness fans can be excited for, either. Towards the end of the trailer the words “more to come” cropped up, with game director Tetsuya Nomura confirming that the publisher will be releasing “more information next month,” likely early June prior to E3 2019. Thankfully we’re just a quick month away from the expo, so it won’t be too long of a wait. After all, it’s already been four years.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is now in development.
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