New Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 Info Coming Soon
Despite how long of a year 2020 has seemingly been, the initial entry in the Final Fantasy VII Remake series only released roughly 9 months ago. Still, that hasn’t stopped fans from clamoring for any information on the upcoming part 2 of the series, which was confirmed to have already entered into full development this past Summer. Now, it’s been revealed that we need only wait just a bit longer for new info.
Speaking in the ‘110 Creator Aspirations’ Famitsu special, Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase released a special message to fans of the series, promising that “the new world of FFVII has only just begun” and that development on the next game is progressing smoothly. He also asks that fans “please wait a bit longer for more details.”
Yoshinori Kitase also has a comment in the Famitsu special 110 creator aspirations for 2021 interview.
He mentions “the new world of FF7 has only just begun” and they are progressing smoothly with development. He says to wait a bit longer for new info.
Here’s the translation! pic.twitter.com/ScCF3KM39u
— ☆オードリーAudrey☆ (@aitaikimochi) December 26, 2020
As for what to expect from part 2 of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, that’s currently anyone’s guess. Cloud and friends are already hot on Sephiroth’s trail following the rather endgame-esque events on the outskirts of Midgar. We technically know where the story is supposed to go from here… Face it, seeing an impaled Midgar Zolem with current-gen graphics would be absolutely amazing. Afterwards, though, everything is up in the air. It’s exciting, isn’t it?
Part 2 of the Final Fantasy VII Remake is now in development.
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