Final Fantasy 7 Remake’s second half, referred to as Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, will arrive “next winter,” in keeping with Square Enix, with a 3rd half coming someday after that. The Crisis Core Remake is due out “this winter,” which suggests Square Enix is nearly definitely referring to the tip of 2023 or starting of 2024 (which remains to be technically winter) in terms of Rebirth.
Rebirth will likely be unique to the PlayStation 5, however I’m crossing my fingers that it will come to PC quicker than it took for Remake’s PC launch.
During the Final Fantasy 7 twenty fifth Anniversary Celebration stream, we noticed a brief trailer of Aerith explaining, in a non-spoilerly approach, how a lot of the unique game’s story obtained modified in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Cloud may be very conscious that she died approach again in 1997, which may imply the game goes to go full meta with its remixed storyline within the sequel.
We’re delighted to current messages from Final Fantasy VII Rebirth artistic director Tetsuya Nomura, director Naoki Hamaguchi and producer Yoshinori Kitase. #FF7R pic.twitter.com/Cem5VO4HVqJune 16, 2022
According to a letter from artistic director Tetsuya Nomura that was posted on Twitter, Rebirth is supposed to work even when it is the primary game within the trilogy you play. That makes me curious if any of your development from the primary game will carry over to the subsequent two video games.
“Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is being designed so that people can enjoy this game whether they know the original game or not,” he added.
Development on Rebirth is in full swing, and Nomura stated some work has already begun on the third game, which Square Enix did not give us a title for. It’ll be some time earlier than it is out, which provides us loads of time to persuade the writer to name it Final Fantasy 7 Revengeance.