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Final Fantasy VII Remake shocked followers around the globe with its phenomenal graphics and storytelling, in order that they’ll be glad to know that two extra video games are on the way in which. In a press launch on Thursday, Square Enix introduced that the Final Fantasy Remake saga will probably be a trilogy. The not too long ago revealed Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will act because the second title.
The Final Fantasy VII remake venture will probably be a three-part trilogy, however Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is rather more than only one installment within the collection,” stated the sequel’s director Naoki Hamaguchi in an official press launch. “We are developing it with all of the passion and dedication needed to create an original game and plan to deliver the ultimate gameplay and world-building experience.” Hamaguchi additionally stated that it will likely be well worth the wait.
We additionally know that the second entry within the trilogy has entered “full production.” Hamaguchi talked about, “the team is highly motivated in putting everything together on the project and working to create a finished game.”
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will probably be launched subsequent “Winter,” so that would both imply late in 2023 or early 2024 if the manufacturing continues to proceed as anticipated. “Three years may feel like a long time for all the fans who are eagerly awaiting the next game, but we want to offer the best experience possible and reassure everyone that development is proceeding at an astonishingly fast pace for such a large-scale HD title,” stated Final Fantasy VII remake collection producer Yoshinori Kitase.
While we look ahead to the subsequent entry, Square Enix stunned devoted followers with the announcement of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, and it appears to be a remaster produced from the bottom up in Unreal Engine. That will launch this winter for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and surprisingly the Nintendo Switch to assist tide over followers for a yr.